Ginny Cascio Bonifacino, Esq.

Ginny Bonifacino

Partner (she / her)


Ginny co-founded Nazareth Bonifacino Law Benefit LLC, Maryland’s first Certified B CorporationTM law firm.  She has over a decade of experience as a business attorney and outside counsel on both coasts — Maryland/DC and California, with a focus in transactional, intellectual property, and employment law. While Ginny’s clients are from all industries, she often counsels businesses with creative assets they wish to protect and monetize. This enables her to utilize her strong intellectual property background and provide additional value as general counsel.

In the past, Ginny served in the legal departments of the Chicago History Museum and the National Endowment of the Arts in Washington D.C. on a variety of business, employment, and intellectual property topics. She also interned for Judge Glenn T. Harrell of the Maryland Court of Appeals and Judge Richard Cudahy of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

Ginny is dedicated to fostering community through her roles on the Boards of the Rockville Science Center and the DC Theater Arts.  In addition to her board responsibilities, she actively supports women entrepreneurs as a volunteer attorney for the Maryland Women's Business Center. Ginny also contributes pro bono work to the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts.

Outside of her legal career, Ginny spends most of her time cooking, reviewing cookbooks, and running after her children.


  • DePaul University College of Law, cum laude
  • Intellectual Property Certificate in Art and Museum Law
  • Loyola University Maryland, magna cum laude with honors

Bar Admissions

  • Maryland
  • District of Columbia
  • California

Honors and Distinctions

2022 Rising Stars Business & Corporate Attorney, Super Lawyers, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Fellow, Bar Association of Montgomery County Leadership Academy

Super Lawyers Rising Stars

Representative Speaking Engagements

Maryland State Bar Association, Society of Human Resource Professionals, Independent Museum Professionals, Association of Registrars and Collection Specialists