Neil’s interest in workplace investigations stems from his ability to connect with individuals and capture their unique perspectives to reach an unbiased conclusion. He is honored and proud to be a part of a diverse group of investigators.
Prior to joining OIG, Neil worked at the Continuing Education of the Bar. There, he developed, maintained, and updated both digital and print content across various practice areas — especially in employment and business law.
While in law school, Neil clerked at the Dolan Law Firm. Here, he developed his interest in employment law and handled matters involving discrimination, retaliation, and harassment. He also externed as a clinic counselor at Legal Aid at Work’s Workers’ Rights Clinic, assisting low-income and disenfranchised communities with employment law claims.
In his free time, Neil enjoys hiking, practicing yoga, completing DIY projects, and and dining at new restaurants in his area.
“I believe that telling our stories, first to ourselves, and then to one another and the world, is a revolutionary act.” – Janet Mock
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D.
University of California, Irvine, B.A., English
State Bar of California
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