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Grivensky joined the firm after graduating magna cum laude from Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he was a Beasley Scholar and an award-winning editor of the Temple Law Review. His extensive list of law school honors includes Federal Judicial Clerkship Honors, the Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society, and awards for distinguished performance in both criminal procedure and legal writing.
“Every law school class has a star or two, and Jeremy is certainly one of them. We’re so pleased that his valuable experience as a summer associate at Gawthrop Greenwood led him to continue his promising career with us,” said Patrick McKenna, chair of the management committee at Gawthrop Greenwood, PC.
Gawthrop Greenwood’s Litigation Department is led by ten attorneys, including both general practice litigators and subject-matter focused practitioners. Each individual litigation attorney has been recognized as a leader in his or her field, being named to lists including The Best Lawyers in America®, Top Lawyers, and Super Lawyers. Gawthrop’s litigators regularly practice in Pennsylvania’s state and federal courts and tribunals, as well as in Delaware and New Jersey. They work closely with team members in the Business & Real Estate, Trust & Estates, and Municipal Law & Government Departments.
Clients may be familiar with Grivensky from his work as a summer associate at Gawthrop Greenwood in 2021, supporting civil and commercial litigation cases across Pennsylvania state and federal courts. Before joining Gawthrop, Grivensky gained coast-to-coast federal court experience, serving Senior U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Savage of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania as well as Chief U.S. District Judge Dana M. Sabraw of the Southern District of California.
Hailing from a family of teachers and medical professionals in Northeast Pennsylvania, Grivensky draws on his experiences living in both rural and urban communities to serve clients. Previous to his law career, Grivensky earned his Bachelor of Science in Social Studies Education at Temple University. While an undergraduate, Grivensky taught multiple subjects at two high schools in the Philadelphia School District. After graduation, he worked as a substitute science teacher in Northeast Pennsylvania.