2500 Main Street, Suite 112, Tewksbury, MA 01876
Phone: (978) 657- 5600
Fax: (978) 657-5856
O'Neill & Gramer, P.C.
2500 Main Street
Suite 112
Tewksbury, MA 01876

Tel.: 978-657-5600
Fax: 978-657-5856


Attorney Richard O'Neill, Jr.

Richard O'Neill Jr., founder and principal of Richard O'Neill, Jr. and Associates, P.C., is a native of Burlington, Massachusetts and founded the Tewksbury law firm in 1994.  Formerly O'Neill & Munnis, the firm had its roots in Malden, Massachusetts, beginning in 1986, and a satellite law office opened in Tewksbury in 1992.

With an undergraduate degree in education from Salem State College, Mr. O'Neill began his career as a social studies teacher in Reading, Massachusetts. He left teaching in 1972 to become a labor relations consultant, first with the Connecticut Education Association and later with the Massachusetts Teachers Association.

Mr. O'Neill received his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from New England School of Law in 1983, passing the Massachusetts Bar that same year. In addition, he was admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court U.S. District Court of Massachusetts in 1984; the U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit, in 1988; and the New Hampshire Bar in 2006.

In private practice since 1986, Mr. O'Neill's expertise lies in the areas of land use, zoning and development, from local permitting through prosecution and defense of appeals in the Land Court for both residential and commercial matters. Mr. O'Neill also has extensive experience handling litigation and appeal matters in the areas of divorce and family law, labor law, real estate law, elder law, estate planning and probate law.

Mr. O'Neill is a longtime resident of Tewksbury and has been an active member through his service on the Town's finance committee and on the school committee, including five years as chairman.  

Attorney Allison E. O'Connor

Allison E. O'Connor joined the firm in 2013 and handles civil litigation and transactional matters in the areas of real estate law, probate law, zoning and land use law, and divorce and family law. A native of Cheshire, Connecticut, she earned her bachelor of arts, cum laude, in English with a minor in History at Providence College in 2010. After graduating from PC, Allison moved to Boston where she earned her Juris Doctor degree from New England Law|Boston (formerly New England School of Law) in 2013. Allison passed the Massachusetts Bar Exam that same year.

While in law school, Allison worked as a summer legal intern in 2011 at the Office of the Comptroller General of Massachusetts. From 2011 to 2013 she worked as a law clerk at a boutique law firm in Boston's North End, where she gained experience handling civil litigation matters, including personal injury and employment discrimination cases. Allison also served as President of the New England Law Boston's Women's Law Caucus, was awarded the CALI Award for Academic Excellence in Mediation for the Spring 2012, and graduated as a Dean's List student.

Allison is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and resides in southern New Hampshire with her fiance.