Today, John Genovese is among the most accomplished bankruptcy attorneys in South Florida and presides as a founding partner at his equally respected complex litigation firm, Genovese Joblove & Battista. But as an undergraduate student at Siena College with a nominal interest in the law, he’ll be the first to admit he couldn’t distinguish his LSATs from his bar exams.

“I just started asking around my junior year,” Genovese told the Daily Business Review regarding when his fascination with the law began to firmly take shape. “I was maybe 24, 25 and I really did not have a clue.”

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