Conrad La Joie is a Government Affairs and Law Fellow at the Niskanen Center. His primary focus is on energy infrastructure policy as part of the Climate and Litigation teams.
Prior to joining the Niskanen Center, Conrad served in the United States Army as a Battalion Staff Officer and Paratrooper in the historic 82nd Airborne “All-American” Division. During his time, he was responsible for public affairs and liaising with higher echelons across the Division. Additionally, Conrad worked as an Economic Analyst at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) on the Regulatory Affairs team. At the FDIC, he conducted economic and stakeholder analysis on the effects of Proposed and Final Rules as part of the Federal rule writing process.
Conrad graduated from Georgetown University with an M.A. in Applied Economics and from Colorado State University with a B.A. in Economics.