Rachel E. Conrad

Rachel E. Conrad

Rachel E. Conrad


Rachel Conrad is a partner in the firm. She focuses her practice on representing developers, builders and investors of single family, townhome and mixed use communities and condominiums. She also assists homeowner and condominium associations with covenant review and enforcement.


  • B.A. Political Science, Emory University
  • J.D. Georgia State University College of Law, cum laude


Rachel is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Real Property Law Section and the DeKalb County Bar Association. She is also an active member of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers where for the past four years she has served on the Foundation Board of Directors as the co-chair of the grants committee.

In the Community

Rachel lives in Atlanta with her husband and two children. She is active in her children’s school PTA serving as the Vice President of Fundraising for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 calendar years.

Industry Experience

  • Drafting restrictive covenants for builders and developers for townhome, single family and mixed use projects.
  • Drafting residential, commercial and mixed-use condominium documents
  • Drafting reciprocal easement agreements, cost sharing agreements, and other agreements related to the operation and management of nonprofit community associations
  • Reviewing restrictive covenants and related encumbrances for clients to assess risks during due diligence
  • Due diligence review of issues relating to distressed real estate assets including reviewing restrictive covenants to property acquired through foreclosure
  • Reviewing community association governing documents for homeowner association clients for compliance with Georgia law
  • Assist homeowner associations with the adoption of amendments to governing documents.

Speaker at the Institute for Continuing Legal Education Residential Real Estate seminar in 2014, Hot Topics for Community Associations.


  • Georgia Commons, Second Quarter 2006: Deconstructing Townhomes and Condominiums
  • Georgia Commons, Gone but Not Forgotten, When do Declarant Rights Terminate?