As the Director of Nextra Solutions, Angela O’Neal manages the Firm’s attorneys and clients’ electronic discovery and document review needs. Angela works with attorneys and clients to develop a customized and defensible eDiscovery workflow, including collection, processing, production, and review. With her diverse experience in law, athletics, corporations, and non-profits, Angela brings her knowledge of business operations and strategic planning to the firm's information management and advisory service.

Before leading Nextra Solutions, Angela worked as a Contract Attorney and Team Lead at a national electronic discovery firm. There she reviewed and analyzed confidential documents and sensitive records to make recommendations pertinent to the case. She was also a member of the quality control team charged with facilitating efficient and consistent document production and providing feedback to the document review team. During this time, Angela gained extensive experience in the electronic discovery of complex civil litigation involving government investigations, health care, patent infringement, pharmaceuticals, and product liability.

Angela has also worked in operations. She has served as the Director of Women's Basketball Operations and Assistant Athletics Director for the University of Kentucky as well as the Director of Women's Basketball Operations for USC. As the Assistant Director of Enforcement for the NCAA, Angela was responsible for investigating and processing major violations of NCAA rules and interviewing top prospects to ensure there were no rule violations.

Angela is skilled in electronic discovery platforms, including Clarvergence, CloudNine Concordance, and Relativity.



  • Columbia Business Report, 2023 Women of Influence




  • Efficient Contract Management for Businesses
  • Information Governance

    The growth of electronically stored information has soared since the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of an information governance plan has grown. Nextra Solutions Director, Angela O’Neal, shares how Nexsen Pruet’s eDiscovery subsidiary can identify and offer customized solutions to data driven problems that brings value and improves our clients’ data governance practices and procedures.

  • How Businesses Can Appropriately Handle Data Governance

    The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the use of digital platforms for organizations of all sizes. As businesses experience waves of data like never before, data governance is more important now than ever. Angela O'Neal, the director of Nextra Solutions, discusses how businesses can appropriately handle data governance.


  • State Bar: Tennessee
  • *Angela is not licensed to practice law in South Carolina.
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