Genevieve Mesch works on complex commercial litigation and public interest matters.
As a law student, Genevieve worked with the Appellate Courts Immersion Clinic to represent clients pro bono in complex public interest appeals related to employment discrimination, immigration and asylum decisions, and consumer class actions. She worked with a team that filed briefs in the federal courts of appeals and at the certiorari stage in the United States Supreme Court.
Genevieve earned her J.D.. cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a research assistant to Professor Brian Wolfman. She served as a legal intern at the United States Department of Justice Consumer Protection Branch and at the National Labor Relations Board Appellate & Supreme Court Litigation Branch.
Georgetown University Law Center
(J.D., cum laude, 2019)
CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Research and Analysis (Appellate Courts Immersion Clinic)
University of Colorado
(B.A., Psychology and Political Science, 2015)
Phi Beta Kappa
*Not admitted in New York. Application pending.