Attorney Conrad A. Falvello is a 1971 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. He graduated from Penn State Dickinson School of Law in 1974 and since that time has maintained offices in the Hazleton Area.
He has been a member of the American Bar Association, The Pennsylvania Bar Association, the American Trial Lawyers Association, and the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association.
During his 46-year career, he has practiced before numerous county and Federal Courts, including having appeared on many occasions before the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
The focus of his practice has been personal injury and medical malpractice injury litigation and over the years he has achieved awards and settlements in multiple seven figures. His accomplishments have earned him lifetime membership in the Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
In 2016, Attorney Falvello received the Penn State Dickinson School of Law Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Attorney Falvello also has extensive experience in public service law, having served as the Solicitor for Black Creek Township for eighteen years; the Butler Township Zoning Solicitor for four years; Assistant Solicitor to the Hazleton Area School District for a total of three years; and Solicitor for the City of Hazleton under Mayor Lou Barletta for seven years.
His public service outside the practice of law includes service on numerous boards, including the Hazleton Community Area New Development Organization (CAN DO), serving on its Executive Committee for two years. He also served as board member and board president of the United Charities Children’s Home.
He served as a member of the Penn State Dickinson School of Law Board of Counselors and Board of Overseers from 2005 until 2017 and the Hazleton Area Sports Hall of Fame Committee for ten years, serving as its banquet co-master of ceremonies for nine of those years.
Since September 2019, he has served as Board Chairman of the Clear Brook Foundation, a foundation providing services to the post-treatment drug and alcohol recovery community.
From 2010 until 2019, he served as Attorney Advisor to the Hazleton Area High School Mock Trial Team, a team that has appeared in the District Finals for five of the last six years including one district championship; one regional championship and a top ten finish at the state championships.
He has been appointed to serve as special litigation counsel for the North Pocono School District, Hazleton City, Hazleton Area School District, and the Conyngham Borough Municipal Authority.
He has served on the Executive Committee of the Wilkes-Barre Law and Library Association/Luzerne County Bar Association and currently serves on its Orphan’s Court Rules Committee; Federal Court Rules Committee and Civil Procedure Rules Committee.
For seven years, Attorney Falvello served as the Solicitor for the Luzerne County Register of Wills and has extensive experience before the Orphan’s Court, handling litigation as well as large and small estate administration.
Attorney Falvello is also a founding member of the Northeast Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, an association committed to the protection of victim’s rights. He served on its Board of Directors for twelve years.
He has endowed two scholarships that provide financial aid to students at Penn State Dickinson School of Law and was a major contributor to the schools’ campus renovation project in Carlisle Pennsylvania.
From 2016 to 2018, he continued his public service, serving as District Director and Senior Advisor to Congressman Lou Barletta of Pennsylvania’s 11th Congressional District.
He also has experience representing clients engaged in large commercial zoning and land development projects, having represented clients who have completed a total of over $40 million in projects over the past four years.
His wife Christine is a retired Certified Financial Planner. They have three children: Anthony, an Orthopedic Surgeon; Alexis, a former Luzerne County Prosecutor for seven years and now Owner of the Falvello Law Firm; and Christina, a Healthcare Administrator. He and his wife have four grandchildren.