Tyler Rody

Conan N. Louis

Co-Founder & Partner

Legal matters can be complex and overwhelming, so it is often necessary to seek legal assistance. An experienced attorney can make a significant difference in any legal issue, whether it is a probate case, a business dispute, or an estate planning matter. Having years of experience and a successful record of accomplishment, Conan N. Louis, Esq. has the knowledge and expertise to provide skilled legal guidance in estate planning matters. A lawyer such as Conan N. Louis can be invaluable during a time of difficulty, whether it be helping you understand your rights or interpreting the law.

If you need legal representation, please contact Washington Law Partners, and schedule a consultation with attorney Conan N. Louis. As a result of his assistance, you can be confident that your case is in good hands and that you have the best chance of achieving a successful outcome.


Conan N. Louis is a co-Founder of Washington Law Partners. He has been a member of the D.C. Bar since 1986, having commenced private practice in the Washington office of a major law firm, focusing in the area of international trade and transactions. As a linguist, social scientist, and international attorney, Conan enjoys a reputation for diplomacy, cultural sensitivity, and attention to detail with a global view. He has represented foreign governments and foreign corporations on Capitol Hill, advising them on issues arising out of public international law, and U.S. international trade policy. His international legal experience and expertise include Export and Import Administration, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, as well as the international sale of goods and services.

Today, Conan’s practice centers around advising small businesses and non-profit organizations, as well as advising individuals in the area of trusts and estates. Conan’s estate planning practice is enhanced significantly by three decades of experience in philanthropy. He has advised colleges and universities, healthcare organizations, and arts and cultural organization, as well as community-based organizations around the United States, and facilitated major and planned gifts from individual donors. His experience also includes having served as the chief advancement officer or chief development officer at a number of prestigious national institutions and organizations.

Conan holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Linguistics and Master of Science in Sociolinguistics from Georgetown University, and is conversant in Russian and French. He is also a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as Senior Notes and Comments Editor of Law and Policy in International Business, Georgetown’s International Law Journal, and was selected by the Black Law Students Association to receive the Thurgood Marshall Award as the most outstanding student in the Class of 1986. He is a 2002 recipient of the John Carroll Award, the highest honor that Georgetown University bestows upon its distinguished alumni.