Delaware Today has named Gawthrop Greenwood to its esteemed "Faces of Delaware 2024" listing for…
Gawthrop Greenwood attorney Jeremy Grivensky has been admitted to the New Jersey Bar and is now licensed to practice in the Garden State. Grivensky is a member of Gawthrop Greenwood’s Litigation Department, where he specializes in guiding individuals and business entities through civil and commercial disputes.
“Jeremy joins an impressive roster of Gawthrop attorneys who practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, supporting the tri-state needs of our clients across the region,” said Stacey Fuller, chair of the management committee at Gawthrop Greenwood. “We’re proud to see Jeremy’s impressive law practice now recognized in New Jersey.”
Named to Best Lawyers®: Ones to Watch 2024 and recognized as a Top Lawyer by Main Line Today, Grivensky joined Gawthrop Greenwood in November 2022 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 an award for distinguished performance in legal research and writing.
As a summer associate at Gawthrop Greenwood, Grivensky supported civil and commercial litigation cases across Pennsylvania state and federal courts. His coast-to-coast federal court experience includes serving Senior U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Savage of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and Chief U.S. District Judge Dana M. Sabraw of the Southern District of California. Prior to his law career, Grivensky earned his Bachelor of Science in Social Studies Education at Temple University, and taught at high schools in Philadelphia and Luzerne County.