From Dallas, For Dallas

Judge Ginsberg is a 4th generation Dallasite, having grown up near Hillcrest and LBJ in North Dallas. He attended Richardson ISD elementary schools, and then St. Mark's School of Texas on Preston Road, for middle and high school, where he graduated as a member of the national Cum Laude Society. Judge Ginsberg went to Duke University in North Carolina where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a double major in German and Classical Studies (Latin & Greek).

Judge Ginsberg returned to Texas to attend the University of Texas Law School at Austin where he graduated with Honors. After law school, Judge Ginsberg served as a Briefing Attorney for the Texas Court of Appeals in Austin, Texas for the Honorable Marilyn Aboussie. Judge Ginsberg had a successful law practice in Dallas for nearly a decade representing individuals and small businesses, having tried dozens of jury trials, before being elected Judge in 2006. Judge Ginsberg currently resides in central Dallas, and is a member of Congregation Shearith Israel.

Judge Ginsberg is not only Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (less than approximately 10% of lawyers are so certified), but he also serves on the Exam Commission, which writes and grades the exams of attorneys seeking to become Board Certified. Judge Ginsberg is also a member of the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates, a selective organization of highly recognized and experienced attorneys. Before being elected as Judge, Judge Ginsberg has also served the City of Dallas on several Boards and Committees, including the Judicial Nominations Committee and the Police Review Board, with such distinguished attorneys as L.A. Bedford, Stanley Mays, and Marshall Doke.

Judge Ginsberg achieved all these accomplishments before reaching 40 years of age.