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Christine Neill

Christine Neill, Attorney at Law

Board Certified, Labor and Employment Law








Bar Admissions

State Bar of Texas
Federal Districts of Texas: Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western


Experience

Ms. Neill limits her practice to representing and advising clients in employment law matters including wrongful termination. Her experience includes representation at administrative agencies including the EEOC and managing all aspects of litigation through trial at the federal, state and county court levels, as well as in arbitration tribunals and on appeal. Her involvement in the local, state and national employment law communities is extensive.

Education

South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas
Juris Doctorate 1996
University of Texas, Austin, Texas
BA Liberal Arts 1993

Professional Activities and Honors

Chair - Executive Council, Dallas Bar Association Labor & Employment Law Section 2012

Member - Labor and Employment Law Section, State Bar of Texas

Member - National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA)

Member - Texas Employment Lawyers Association (TELA)

Texas Super Lawyer 2012

Texas Super Lawyer 2013

Texas Super Lawyer 2014

Texas Super Lawyer 2015

Texas Super Lawyer 2016

Texas Super Lawyer 2017

D CEO's Dallas 500 2017

Community Activities

Event Co-Chair - Relay for Life in Plano
Volunteer - American Cancer Society

SCCC/LCCC Sisters and Supporters - Member and Fundraiser


3141 Hood Street, Suite 310
Dallas, Texas 75219
Office:
(214) 748-7777
Fax: (214) 748-7778

Practice Areas

  • Age Discrimination
  • Employment Contracts
  • Equal Pay Act
  • Family & Medical Leave Act
  • Sex Discrimination
  • Retaliation Discrimination
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
  • Race Discrimination
  • Religious Discrimination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Veteran/Military Employment Rights
  • Unpaid Overtime/ Misclassification (FLSA)
  • Whistleblower Cases
  • Wrongful Termination
  • National Origin Discrimination
  • Severance Agreements
  • Disability Discrimination