APRIL 7: Eamonn Moran (COL ’04, L ’07)

Eamonn Moran

Eamonn Moran,
Counsel at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP

DATE: Friday, April 7
LOCATION: Local Restaurant (location given to student RSVPs)

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Eamonn Moran (COL ’04, LAW ’07) serves as president of the Georgetown Club of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. He also is in his third year of service on the Georgetown University Alumni Association Board of Governors. Eamonn also is a huge Georgetown Athletics fan, and serves on the Hoyas Unlimited Board of Directors and Hoya Hoop Club Board of Directors.

Eamonn graduated from Georgetown College in 2004 with a double major in history and government, and also graduated from Georgetown Law in 2007. He is currently working as a counsel in the Financial Institutions Practice Group at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, where he focuses on consumer financial services and regulatory compliance. Prior to joining Kilpatrick, Eamonn was a senior associate and then counsel in the Washington, D.C. office of another international law firm.

Eamonn started his legal career at a New York City law firm, where he practiced real estate finance. He then moved back to DC, where he worked on Capitol Hill as a counsel for the Congressional Oversight Panel, an independent oversight panel mandated by the United States Congress to review the current state of financial markets and the regulatory system in conjunction with oversight of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). Eamonn then worked at the Department of the Treasury, where he focused on domestic finance issues. He also served as a counsel in the Office of Regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, where he focused on rulewriting, consumer protection, and implementation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

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