Law Firm of Mark Conrad
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Find legal representation from Mark Conrad, Attorney at Law, PC. Mark represents federal employees who need assistance with handling disciplinary, whistleblowing, and discrimination matters with their employing agencies as well as practices before the EEOC and MSPB and if necessary will take the matter into the federal courts. He also handles certain civil rights matters under Section 1983.
Experienced Attorney at Law
Working 27 years as a criminal investigator for United States Customs' Office of Investigation and Office of Internal Affairs and 5 years as a professor of criminal justice, Mark Conrad has the experience and knowledge to take care of your federal employment issues. Contact Mark at his Spring, Texas, office for representation,on discrimination, retaliation and whistleblowing. His Spring office is located in Spring, Texas 2 miles from David Hooks Airport.
Law Enforcement Officers' Advocate Council
Mark is also the Chief Counsel to the Law Enforcement Officers' Advocate Council (LEOAC)--a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting law enforcement officers through advocacy with the U.S. Congress and the White House. Founded in 2008, LEOAC maintains a list of attorneys who can assist law enforcement personnel in various matters. However, the council's primary function is advocacy-- to promote legislation that will assist law enforcement officers carry out that sworn duty of defending the Constitution of the United States. Click HERE to visit their site and learn more. Contributions to LEOAC are 100% deductible for income tax purposes. Prior to LEOAC, Mark served as Counsel to Friends of the Border Patrol (FOBP).
Call Mark Conrad, Attorney at Law, PC, for federal employment issues involving disciplinary, whistleblowing, discrimination and retaliation issues. |
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