Conrad O’Brien is pleased to announce the addition of two new attorneys. Jonathan Cohen has joined as Of Counsel in the firm’s Title IX, Due Process & Campus Discipline practice. Meghan A. Farley has joined as an associate, focusing on commercial litigation and white collar criminal defense. Both attorneys will be based in the Firm’s Philadelphia office.
- Jonathan Cohen will work in the firm’s growing Title IX, Due Process & Campus Discipline practice. Jonathan will work with the group of dedicated attorneys who represent and counsel both accused and complainant students throughout the country who have suffered from a lack of fairness during a campus investigation and disciplinary proceeding arising from a Title IX or student code violation in higher education. Jonathan will be based in the firm’s main office in Philadelphia.
Jonathan joins Conrad O’Brien with many years of experience focusing on university disciplinary matters, commercial litigation, defamation, and trade secrets litigation. He also brings trial experience having represented clients in jury and bench trials at both the federal and state levels. Jonathan earned his law degree from The George Washington University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College.
- Meghan Farley joins Conrad O’Brien after having served as a federal law clerk for the Honorable Harvey Bartle III of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Meghan will practice in the areas of Commercial Litigation and White Collar and Internal Investigations.
Meghan earned her law degree from Villanova University School of Law, where she served as the Symposium Editor and Staff Writer for the Villanova Environmental Law Journal and earned the Dean’s Merit Scholarship. Meghan earned her undergraduate degree from Villanova University.