Glenn M. Grossman
From 2010 to early 2017, Glenn Grossman, as Bar Counsel, was Maryland’s chief attorney disciplinary and regulatory officer. He led the Attorney Grievance Commission, an office responsible for the investigation and prosecution of violations by attorneys of the Maryland Attorney’s Rules of Professional Conduct. Prior to his elevation to Bar Counsel, Glenn tried many disciplinary cases and argued over one hundred cases before the Maryland Court of Appeals. He has taught many continuing legal education programs for Bar associations, insurance companies, Inns of Court and law firms on the subjects of legal ethics and risk management. Glenn has also taught at the Maryland Judicial Institute and has guest lectured at several law schools.
Glenn recently served as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, and has taught at the University of Baltimore School of Law and at the Columbus School of Law of the Catholic University of America. In 2007, he received The Professional Legal Excellence Award for the Advancement of Professional Competence from the Maryland Bar Foundation, which he shared with Al Frederick, and he received the Foundation’s Steven P. Lemmey Award for the Advancement of Public Service Responsibility in 2015.
Glenn’s practice is focused upon the defense of attorney grievance matters, analyzing attorney ethics and providing ethical advice, as well as serving as an expert witness in connection with attorney ethical matters.