John graduated from the Dickinson School of Law where he was a member of the ATLA trial team. He was also an adjunct professor with the Advocacy Program. Prior to attending law school, John graduated summa cum laude from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. As an undergrad, he participated in varsity baseball and was named a three-time PSAC scholar athlete award winner. John remains active with IUP and currently serves as the president of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. He was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award for Service in 2018.
As an active member of the legal and civic communities, John is involved in various organizations. He is a member of the Dauphin and Cumberland County Bar associations, the Pennsylvania Defense Institute, the Defense Research Institute and the St. Thomas More Society. John is the former Mayor of Paxtang Borough and past president of the Paxtang Borough Council. He has coached youth sports through the Wilhem Paxtang Athletic Association and the St. Margaret Mary Athletic Association.
Honors & Awards
•Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2010-2011
•Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, 2014-2018
•Attorneys Listed by Best Lawyers in America - Litigation - Insurance and Personal Injury Litigation - Defense, 2018
Year Joined Organization:2018
John R. Ninosky Joins Marshall Dennehey's Harrisburg Office as a Shareholder in the Health Care Department
March 1, 2018
Experienced trial attorney John R. Ninosky has joined Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin's Harrisburg office as a shareholder in the firm's Health Care Department. Highly experienced in medical malpractice, civil rights and general liability matters, Mr. Ninosky has successfully tried...
Associations & Memberships
•Cumberland County Bar Association
•Dauphin County Bar Association
•Defense Research Institute
•Pennsylvania Defense Institute
•St. Thomas More Society
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