Gina Renzulli Lemay
Gina Renzulli Lemay joined the firm in 2010 after several years with a mid-sized RI law firm where she concentrated on insurance defense matters. Gina handles litigation in state and federal courts for the firm’s municipal and private clients, and has been actively involved in matters focusing on regulatory and administration issues. Gina works closely with the firm’s municipal clients on labor and employment issues, including municipal pensions, and assists with issues related to open government. Gina has successfully assisted the firm’s clients by skillfully navigating cases through the arbitration and mediation processes. Gina’s keen understanding of personal injury law is strengthened by her experience in insurance defense litigation.
Gina graduated from the Wallace E. Carroll School of Management at Boston College in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science degree and a concentration in Finance and Human Resources Management. She graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 2005 and, following graduation, served as a judicial clerk for the Rhode Island Superior Court. She is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts for Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Gina is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association, and the Rhode Island Women’s Bar Association where she has served as a member of the Executive Board since 2007. Gina is currently serving as President for the Rhode Island Women’s Bar Association. In 2010, Chief Justice Suttell appointed Gina to the Permanent Advisory Committee on Women and Minorities in the Courts where she continues to serve. From 2016 to 2018, Gina served on the Board of Directors for Rhode Island Legal Services, Inc. Previously, Gina spent several years on the Board of Directors for Providence ¡CityArts! for Youth, Inc., which is a non-profit located in the City of Providence that provides free professional art-based education and training to Providence youth.