As a paralegal at Conrad O’Brien, Nolan works closely with teams of attorneys and paralegals on a wide-range of matters. His case load has included representing government officials and executives who have received subpoenas or are targets of a grand jury investigation; investigating facts and media reports for clients dealing with criminal, civil, internal, regulatory, and ethics investigations; and managing mobile/computer forensics and e-discovery issues for productions, subpoena responses, or data preservation. Nolan is able to discreetly manage cases where the client’s personal interests are on the line. In his role, he has served as part of several teams to work on cases including:
Conrad O’Brien’s representation of a charter school in funding litigation
Representing a commercial real estate business in its litigation over the sale of a large commercial property
Fact analysis for the target of a criminal public corruption investigation, requiring extensive mobile forensic analysis
Supports team of Conrad O’Brien attorneys serving as special counsel to municipal authority in connection with assessing litigation and regulatory risks arising out of privatization proposals from investor-owned entities.
Before joining Conrad O’Brien, Nolan worked as a commercial litigation paralegal at Pepper Hamilton, where he gained experience on matters involving breach of construction contracts, white collar matters, internal investigations, and securities litigation. He also previously interned in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office in the Homicide Unit. As an intern, he acted as a liaison for the assistant D.A. and homicide victims’ family members during extremely stressful trials.
Widener University Delaware School of Law, J.D., 2015–present
Villanova University, Paralegal Studies, 2012
West Chester University, B.S. (Criminal Justice & Political Science), 2011
Nolan is currently enrolled in law school, which takes up most of his free time. When he isn’t studying or attending class, he enjoys playing volleyball and hiking.