2001 – Maryland
2003 – Washington, D.C.
2012 – Virginia
Brian P. Riley has been representing injured workers in Maryland and Washington, D.C. workers’ compensation claims since 2003. He served as the co-chairperson of the workers’ compensation section of the Montgomery County Bar Association from September of 2009 through May of 2010. He has appeared at hundreds of Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission hearings and multiple Informal Conferences with the Washington, D.C. Office of Workers’ Compensation as well as multiple Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission hearings.
Proficient in Spanish and French, Brian enjoys working with foreign-born clients to help them navigate the legal system. Brian graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center with his juris doctor degree in 2001 and began his legal career as the law clerk for the Honorable D. Warren Donohue of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County Maryland. Brian worked as an associate attorney for other law firms in Montgomery County, Maryland before joining Antezana & Antezana, LLC.
Prior to his legal career, Brian worked as a French and Spanish teacher at Elizabeth Seton High School in Bladensburg, Maryland. He also served as a loan counselor for a national, non-profit housing organization, helping low and moderate income homebuyers qualify for fixed-rate mortgage loans. Brian graduated from Villanova University in 1993 where he was elected as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and delivered the student commencement oration at the graduation ceremony. He also earned a master of arts in teaching degree from Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C. in 1995.
1993 – BA, Villanova University
1995 – MA, Trinity Washington University
2001 – JD, Georgetown University Law Center
Maryland State Bar Association
Bar Association of Montgomery County
Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Trial Lawyers’ Association of Metropolitan Washington D.C.