Gregory J. O’Neil: Executive Notes Editor
Greg O’Neill ’21 is a 4L part time/evening student and the Executive Notes Editor for the UMass Law Review. In addition to attending law school, Greg is a Law Clerk for the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office in Dartmouth, MA. Greg has also served as a judicial intern for the Norfolk County District Court in Dedham, MA. Greg enjoys volunteering his time and has been a volunteer judge for South Coast Youth Courts and a volunteer track & field coach at Weymouth High School.
Greg graduated with a BA in Political Science from Amherst College. Prior to law school, Greg’s previous employment experiences have included coaching football and track & field at Amherst College and Trinity College, working in technology sales and sales management at companies that ranged from the Fortune 100 to just off-the-ground start-ups, fundraising and Advancement positions for two Catholic high schools in Boston, and even a stint as the General Manager for a landscape design and construction company. As a member of the UMass Law Review, Greg’s independent scholarly work has focused on education and more specifically a potential path for a right to literacy to become realized.
Greg is originally from Weymouth, MA and currently resides in Quincy, MA with his lawyer-dog, Harley.