A native of Western New York, Mr. Glor has been a resident of California since 1977. Following a career in the United States Navy and the aerospace industry, Mr. Glor received his Law Degree in 1994 from National University School of Law in 1994. He is licensed to practice law in the State of California and in the Southern and Central Districts of California and the Nevada District of the Federal Court.
Prior to joining the McElfish Law Firm, Mr. Glor has practiced on “both sides of the table,” defending individual and corporate clients, as well as representing plaintiffs in transactional, personal injury, and other civil matters. Mr. Glor also spent several years as a Corporate Counsel, handling day-to-day business transactions, defending his client in wrongful termination suits, and prevailing at trial and a subsequent appeal in a breach of contract action against the general contractor in a Los Angeles area light rail construction project. More recently, Mr. Glor has been involved with obtaining restraining orders pertaining to domestic violence and civil harassment, as well as successfully defending the interests of those clients who were wrongfully accused, and has also assisted clients in expunging their criminal records
Mr. Glor’s attention to detail arising from his engineering background, as well as his overall work ethic and commitment to achieving excellence in his endeavors , have produced outstanding results for his clients and his relationships within the legal community.
National University School of Law, San Diego, CA J.D.
Iowa State University, Ames, IA Master of Arts, Political Acience and Industrial Management
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN BA, Political Science/Engineering Math Minor (June 1967)
U.S. Naval War College, Newport, RI Seapower as an Element of International Affairs (1986)
Admitted to the Bar December 1, 1994