Casey Lucier

Casey Lucier


Casey Erin Lucier ’10 is a partner in McGuireWoods’ government investigations and white-collar litigation department, and co-chair of the firm’s congressional investigations practice group.

Lucier recently served as investigative counsel for the U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and contributed to the House Select Committee’s litigation matters (principally Eastman v. Thompson), presentation of the House Select Committee’s evidence during public hearings, and preparation of the House Select Committee’s final report.

In private practice, Lucier represents companies and individuals in government and internal investigations, as well as complex commercial litigation. She has particular experience advising clients on antitrust and anti-corruption matters and has successfully defended corporate clients as well as individuals in the financial services, consumer retail, and healthcare sectors in connection with criminal antitrust cartel investigations and other types of criminal investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice. 

She is a member of the Antitrust Law Section of the American Bar Association and currently serves as a vice chair of the section’s Civil Practice and Procedure Committee. Lucier is also an active member of the firm’s Women Lawyers Network and founder of the WLN’s Family Leave Liaisons program.