Ginny advises and represents employers in a broad range of labor and employment matters arising under both state and federal law.
Prior to joining Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP, Ginny practiced at a general civil litigation firm in St. Louis, Missouri. She gained extensive experience defending national financial institutions in litigation involving mortgages and trusts, working on class action cases for tobacco clients, helping a telecommunications company respond to consumer protection claims, and represented agricultural entities in business and contract disputes.
Before attending law school, Ginny was selected to participate in a highly competitive two-year professional and leadership development program at El Pomar Foundation in Colorado Springs, Colorado. While at El Pomar, Ginny managed a nonpartisan political forum and developed strategic grant-making strategies for nine regional councils resulting in $1.2 million being awarded.
Ginny also served as a legislative aide to the President of the Colorado State Senate, where she led policy research on health care and education, reviewed budget documents, and pursued statewide policy initiatives, including an effort to address food deserts in urban and rural parts of Colorado.
Honors & Recognitions
- St. Louis Business Journal 30 Under 30 (2017)
- Missouri Lawyers Weekly “Top Defense Verdict” (2017)
Professional & Civic Associations
- National Bar Association
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Young Lawyers Division
- Mound City Bar Association
- Mentor St. Louis, Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis (2015-2018)
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society Corporate Achievers (2016)
- Regional Business Council’s Young Professionals Network (2015-2018)
- The Theodore McMillian American Inns of Court (2016-2018)
Ginny is an avid basketball fan and cheers enthusiastically for the San Antonio Spurs. When she’s not watching basketball, she enjoys reading the New York Times cover to cover and watching way too many shows on Netflix.
- “The idea is not to block every shot. The idea is to make your opponent believe that you might block every shot.”
- Bill Russell
- Employment Policy Formulation and Advice
- Defense of Grievances in Arbitrations
- Mediation Services
- Policy Analysis and Employment Law Training
Washington University School of Law
- J.D., 2015
- President of the Black Law Students Association
- Appellate Clinic
- ABA Representation in Mediation and Negotiation Teams
- Thomas F. Eagleton Scholarship Recipient
University of Denver
- B.A., magna cum laude, 2010
- Dean’s List
Bar & Court Admissions
- Missouri, 2015
- Illinois, 2016
- Colorado, 2017
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri