Gregory Todd O’Halloran, Esq., Of Counsel

Greg has been a lawyer in the Richmond region for nearly 20 years.  He focuses his practice on federal and state civil litigation in the areas of employment and education law, civil rights, and personal injury.  Greg has tried several cases to verdict in front of Virginia Juries in multiple jurisdictions across the Commonwealth.  He also has extensive mediation experience involving wrongful death and personal injuries that resulted in six and seven figure settlements.

Prior to his focus on civil practice, Greg served the citizens of the Commonwealth as a staff attorney for the House Courts of Justice Committee for the Virginia General Assembly and served the citizens of Richmond as an Assistant City Attorney.  Before joining Simopoulos Law, PLLC, he worked at a prestigious mid-size personal injury law firm.  Greg brings his varied background and years of experience to bear for every client and personally vests himself in every case.  He works by the principle that his clients deserve no less.

Greg graduated from West Virginia University with a degree in Political Science and obtained his law degree from Brooklyn Law School prior to making Richmond his home in 2002.


Brooklyn Law School
West Virginia University, B.S.


Commonwealth of Virginia
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

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