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Ginevra is a partner in the firm's Financial Industry Group. Ginevra’s financial services litigation practice focuses on class and individual actions in the banking, consumer finance, employment, and investment management industries. Ginevra also provides risk management counseling to clients in the garnishments and setoffs space, and has managed complex and nuanced discovery matters in a wide variety of federal and state court disputes across the country.


  • Duquesne University School of Law, 2013, J.D., cum laude, Senior Staff Editor, Duquesne Law Review; President, Appellate Moot Court Board; Susan H. Wilkie Award; Lynette Norton Memorial Award; Shalom Moot Court Award; CourtCall, LLC Award; National Member, The Order of Barristers; Best Brief Team Award, 2013 Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition; First Place Team, 2012 National Energy & Sustainability Appellate Moot Court Competition; Public Service Law Fellow
  • New England Conservatory of Music, 2009, M.M., Cello Performance; Academic Honors; Fellow, Community Performances and Partnerships Program; Literacy Tutor, Boston Partners in Education
  • Baldwin Wallace University, 2007, B.A., Music; summa cum laude; Dayton C. Miller Honor Society; Willard and Donna J. Carmel Scholarship for Academic Excellence; Presidential Scholarship; Dean’s List; Alpha Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor Society

  • Pennsylvanie

  • U.S. District Court - Western District of Pennsylvania

  • Allegheny County Bar Association

  • Honorable Mark R. Hornak, U.S. District Court - Western District of Pennsylvania, 1 January 2013 to 1 January 2014

Civic & Charitable Affiliations

  • Executive Board Member of Women’s Leadership Council, United Way of Allegheny County
  • Chair, Jack Heinz Society Board,  Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
  • Founding Member, The Children's Trust at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
  • Pro Bono Attorney, Adoption Legal Services Project at Reed Smith LLP
  • Pro Bono Attorney, Volunteer Lawyer for the Arts - Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council