Robert Oneill

Robert  Oneill

O'Neill Jr., J.D., is a lawyer and lecturer who began his legal career as a volunteer at the District Attorney's Office in Philadelphia before being hired as a paralegal in several divisions. Following that, he accepted an invitation to study law at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, where he got his Juris Doctorate. While pursuing his legal education, he worked as a senior law clerk at a large defense litigation company, honing his research and writing talents. In the fields of workers' compensation, federal civil rights, municipal law, and personal injury law, he conducted daily legal research and prepared numerous defense briefs and memorandums for multiple attorneys. He eventually moved to Philadelphia and worked as an adjunct professor at Drexel University, teaching paralegal and pre-law courses.

He designed and taught Legal Research and Writing and Advanced Legal Research and Writing, as well as assisting in the reorganization of the paralegal studies minor program. He Read More chevron_right