Daniel O'Shea Attorney At Law


Mr. O’Shea is a graduate of Queens University of Charlotte (B.A., 2009) and Charlotte School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2016). Mr. O’Shea attended law school on a full academic scholarship. During law school, Mr. O’Shea competed successfully in regional and national mock trial competitions, and served as chair of the trial advocacy team in his final year. He also served as a teaching assistant for multiple subjects, including evidence under North Carolina Superior Court Judge F. Don Bridges. He is a member of Phi Delta Phi.

Role at MHC:

Mr. O’Shea practices primarily in the areas of workers’ compensation defense, labor and employment law, civil litigation, and appellate advocacy.

Professional Bio:

Prior to law school, Mr. O’Shea worked for a merger and acquisition firm and later a consulting firm in Charlotte. During law school, he worked for a local law firm where he gained experience with North Carolina workers’ compensation law and general civil litigation matters. Immediately following law school, he worked for a large insurance defense firm with a presence throughout the southeastern United States, where he focused his practice solely on workers’ compensation defense. He is a member of the Gaston County, North Carolina, and American Bar Associations, and of the North Carolina State Bar.

Personal Bio:

Originally from Topsfield, Massachusetts, Mr. O’Shea relocated to North Carolina in 2006 and has refused to touch a snow shovel since. Outside of the firm, he is an amateur musician, a decent cook, and an avid reader. Mr. O’Shea also serves as a Regional Director for the Carolina Center for Civic Education’s high school mock trial program. He especially enjoys spending weekends at his family retreat near Blue Ridge, Georgia.

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