BGL welcomes Erin E. O’Neill to the firm as an associate attorney, where she will continue her work in a wide range of litigation and appeals.

Erin O'NeillBrown, Goldstein & Levy is pleased to welcome Erin E. O’Neill to the firm as a new associate. At BGL, Erin will work across a diverse array of practice areas, including appeals, civil rights, commercial litigation, disability rights, and personal injury.

Prior to joining the firm, Erin clerked for the Honorable M. Margaret McKeown on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Honorable Leslie Abrams Gardner on the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia. She also worked for a large law firm in Atlanta representing clients facing government investigations. Erin is barred in both Georgia and Maryland. 

Erin received her Juris Doctor degree from the Georgetown University Law Center in 2020. While pursuing her degree, she worked as a student attorney in Georgetown’s Appellate Courts Immersion Clinic. There, she represented clients in appeals involving allegations of race and disability discrimination in the Fourth and Tenth Circuits. Erin also served as a co-managing editor of the Georgetown Law Journal and a teaching assistant for Georgetown’s computer programming for lawyers course. 

Before law school, Erin earned dual Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees from Virginia Tech in 2014. She taught Spanish and coached cheerleading at a public high school in Clayton County, Georgia, before pivoting to a career in law.

Welcome to the team, Erin! Learn more about Erin’s practice here.


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