Dominic Gallucci is Discovery Counsel with the Firm’s Antitrust department. Prior to joining Berger Montague, Dominic worked contractually on many discovery matters, serving in leadership and fact development roles; these included several 2nd Request merger productions and complex antitrust litigations. Prior to that, Dominic conducted research for and edited two books for Judge Scott Hempling, pertaining to public utility mergers and regulation. Before that, Dominic worked with a small DC-based practice, gaining experience with class action and consumer protection matters.
Dominic received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and his B.A. with honors from the University of Washington. At Georgetown, Dominic co-founded and served as Treasurer for Georgetown Law Students for Democratic Reform, and contributed to the American Constitution Society and National Lawyers Guild. There he also took significant antitrust coursework, including: Antitrust Economics and Law, International Antitrust Law, Advanced Antitrust Economics and Law Seminar, and Hot Topics in Antitrust Seminar.
When not assisting the firm, Dominic is providing pro bono assistance to U-visa applicants with the Northwest Immigration Rights Project, and detained asylum-seekers with the Immigration Justice Project.