Genevieve Suzuki, a dedicated advocate for families, has spent over a dozen years as a family law attorney in San Diego. Her commitment lies in fostering understanding and reducing conflict among family members during challenging times. Inspired by a childhood aspiration to support families through tough situations, Genevieve transitioned from a career in journalism to law, leveraging her communication skills to provide compassionate representation to her clients.

Genevieve holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa and obtained her Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law in San Diego. Before embarking on her legal career, she worked as a print journalist and editor in both Honolulu and San Diego. She continues to contribute to the legal community as the co-editor of San Diego Lawyer Magazine, published by the San Diego County Bar Association.

Drawing from her journalistic background, Genevieve authored a children’s book titled The Original Poi Cats on O’ahu, published by Mutual Publishing in 2005.

In her free time, Genevieve enjoys writing at local cafes and scoping out the latest eateries around San Diego. She is also actively involved with Fair Trade efforts in her community.



  • Rising Stars – Super Lawyers (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
  • Wiley W. Manuel Award for pro bono work with SD Volunteer Lawyers Program (2011)
  • San Diego Business Journal’s Best of the Bar(2019)
  • San Diego Metro Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40


Excellent attorney

“I knew I had a long and contentious battle ahead. I consulted with 4 attorneys before meeting Anh. From the initial consultation, I knew I had the right attorney. As expected, divorce is not easy but having Anh working on my case reduced the stress ten-fold. Anh’s professionalism, tenaciousness, and experience showed during the entire case and into trial. She was extremely meticulous and thorough in every detail. I had the best possible outcome for my case. She had the highest level of integrity and honesty. I can’t speak highly enough about her.”

– S.M., 01/14/2023