Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profiles law grad who was concert cellist
Ginevra Ventre, Duquesne Law Class of 2015, is the subject of a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profile about her path to law school after a career as a concert cellist.
On Sunday, September 2, Ventre, now a senior associate in Reed Smith's Financial Industry Group, was featured as part of Columnist Anya Litvak's summer series: Tales from jobs past. Ventre's connection with professor John E. Murray through their mutual love of and talent for classical music was highlighted by their sometime partnership volunteering at the annual Duquesne Law's Italiam-amerian Law Society's annual fundraiser for Magee-Womens Cancer Center.
Read the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profile
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