Condred’s first career was as a scientific researcher and he leverages his background in the sciences to resolve clients’ problems by applying that same discipline and inquiry to analyzing complex facts in commercial disputes and translating them into solid legal strategies.

Condred attended law school at Southern Methodist University, earning his Juris Doctor on the Clovis G. Chappell Endowed Scholarship.  During law school, he was the moot court champion of his second-year class, served as an Articles Editor of the SMU Science & Technology Law Review, and prosecuted patents for business owners at the SMU Patent Clinic. 

Outside of work, Condred volunteers with the North Dallas Shared Ministries, where he prepares tax returns for low-income filers.  Condred finds his drive to succeed from his wife Kathleen, who is a vice president with a global engineering services firm, and obtained her MBA from the SMU Cox School of Business.