Scott K. O’Brien was born in Utica, New York and is the oldest of four children. He is a proud Air Force brat and son of a Retired Lt. Colonel. As a child of the military, Scott grew up in the States of New York, California, and Virginia, which gives him a unique perspective on the diverse nature of our great nation. Also, his childhood gave Scott a profound appreciation for the men and women who serve in our armed forces.
Scott’s desire to serve people by promoting creative solutions to problems attracted him to the study and practice of law with emphasis on transactional work. This includes commercial real estate transactions, specifically, multifamily apartment complex acquisitions, office buildings, storage facilities, retail buildings, and hotels and motels.
Since joining the Firm, Mr. O’Brien has assisted in the syndication, including Securities compliance for capital raises, and close of over $50,000,000.00 worth of commercial real estate. Scott also practices in business startup and formation, including choice of entity analysis, estate planning and elder law, estate and trust administration, contract drafting, and bankruptcy law. In addition, Scott assists military veterans and their spouses obtain benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Mr. O’Brien graduated magna cum laude from James Madison University in 2003 with a degree in Political Science and graduated cum laude from Regent University in 2006 with a Juris Doctor degree where he was granted the honor of being a part of Regent University Law Review as well as serving as Vice President of Regent’s Entertainment Law Society.
Mr. O’Brien has been employed with Conrod & Company Law Firm, P.C. since graduating law school and being admitted to practice before the Virginia Bar in 2006.
During his free time, Scott enjoys reading history and current events, as well as volunteer for local non-profit organizations. As a retired Boy Scout, Scott has an avid appreciation for the outdoors and loves hiking and recreational biking.« Back to Attorneys Page