- J.D. Gonzaga University School of Law, magna cum laude, Thomas More Scholar
- M.S.W. Boston College School of Social Work
- B.A. Williams College
Genevieve Mann teaches primarily in the Legal Clinic, where she directs the Elder Law Clinic for University Legal Assistance. She also teaches in the classroom where she currently teaches a Litigation Skills and Professionalism Lab.
Prior to joining the faculty full-time, Professor Mann was an adjunct for eight years while in private practice. She was the Managing Attorney at the Unemployment Law Project in Spokane from June 2012-June 2014. Prior to that, she worked for Powell, Kuznetz & Parker, representing employees in cases involving discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment and retaliation. She has also practiced in the areas of family and housing law in private practice and with the Northwest Justice Project. Professor Mann is admitted to practice in Washington State and in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington
Prior to law school, Prof. Mann received a Master of Social Work from Boston College. She was trained in general mediation as well as transformative mediation. She worked as a child welfare mediator and adoption social worker.
- Litigation Skills & Professionalism Lab
- Public Benefits