Genevieve Blazini, Esq.
Genevieve joined the Moskowitz Law Group in July 2019, making the move from Hudson County where she practiced in multiple areas including personal injury and criminal law as well as family. Choosing to focus exclusive in matrimonial and family matters, Genevieve quickly became a well-known and respected practitioner in the Bergen County area and represents clients in divorce, custody, post-judgment, and grandparents’ rights matters here in Hackensack and across the state. She also handles and has successfully tried domestic violence cases in numerous counties. Genevieve was appointed to the Bergen County District IIA Ethics Committee in 2022 and shall serve in that role through 2026. Whether at the negotiation table or on her feet in the courtroom, Genevieve is a passionate advocate who deftly represents clients’ needs by listening to them, applying the law to their situation, and representing them in and out of court with zeal, candor, and above all, genuine concern.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Genevieve worked in the medical education industry, first as an editor and writer in New York City. Her writing was published in peer-reviewed journals that were highly circulated in the healthcare industry, reaching even the White House in 2000 and garnering written recognition from President Clinton. Later evolving into a marketing account executive, Genevieve managed multi-million-dollar pharmaceutical initiatives and traveled around the world working in partnership with renowned thought leaders in neurology, psychiatry, oncology, and numerous other disciplines. She was also awarded the You Make the Difference Inspiring Leader Award by Thomson Health in 2006—an accolade that is bestowed based on peer-nomination and voting among employees.
Genevieve graduated from Rutgers School of Law in 2010, just weeks before the birth of her twin sons. While home on leave, Genevieve worked as an adjunct professor teaching undergraduate Constitutional Law at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken where she also gave seminars on Presidential Power in a post-9/11 America. During this time, she pursued and received additional law licenses in New York and Pennsylvania.
Genevieve is a seasoned professional with negotiation prowess, business acumen, and vast experience in public speaking and presentation, skills she has honed both in and outside of the legal profession. But above all else, she approaches every case not only as an attorney but a wife and mother who understands that her clients are navigating complicated and nuanced circumstances and dynamics.
Genevieve and her husband live in Bergen County with their three boys and two rescue pups, Ava and Blitz.