Dominic V. Giovanniello



  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Dauphin County Bar Association


Dominic V. Giovanniello focuses his practice on business formation and representation, estate planning, including both simple and complex planning, real estate law, environmental law and civil litigation.

Dominic was admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania in December 2020. Since then, he has represented a wide array of businesses including corporations, limited liability companies, non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations, and individuals in estate administration proceedings, real estate transactions, and in matters before Magisterial District Judges throughout Pennsylvania.

Dominic is a 2017 graduate of Shippensburg University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Philosophy. He graduated from Widener University Commonwealth Law School in 2020, where he served as a certified legal intern for the Widener Civil Law Clinic.

Mr. Giovanniello is a member of the Dauphin County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in all courts in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Dominic is an avid Notre Dame Football fan. In his free time, he enjoys hunting and fishing, spending time with his family, and reading historical nonfiction.


  • Widener University Commonwealth Law School, J.D. 
  • Shippensburg University, B.A.

Articles & Media

Chesapeake Bay Settlement Becomes Final

Chesapeake Bay Settlement Becomes Final

A lawsuit brought by multiple governmental entities, interest groups and individuals against the EPA in 2020 alleged that the EPA was not enforcing Pennsylvania’s obligations to help reduce pollution flowing to the Chesapeake Bay.

Forever Chemicals More Prevalent Than Originally Believed

Forever Chemicals More Prevalent Than Originally Believed

A newly released study by the U.S. Geological Survey has found that at least 45% of the nation’s tap water could be contaminated with at least one form of PFAS, unaffectionately  known as “forever chemicals.”