Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, Litigation
Ms. Glick was born in New York and then spent eight years in St. Louis, Missouri while attending undergraduate and law School taking a year off to ensure that Law was her chosen field. After graduating in 1986, Ms. Glick moved to Florida and was admitted to Florida Bar and the District Courts of the United States for Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. During Law School Ms. Glick had the opportunity to volunteer with the local Legal Aid Society which she found extremely rewarding. Ms. Glick further participated in the intra-school Moot Court Competition where she earned high oral argument and she and her partner earned the award for best brief.
Ms. Glick’s concentration for the last twenty years has been in the area of mortgage foreclosure law. During that time her duties have included compliance and training manager, senior litigation associate and appellate counsel. She has several appellate opinions written that have had lasting effects in real estate law. Ms. Glick has successfully tried hundreds of non-jury trials and has been successful defending cases on appeal.
When not in the office or in court, Ms. Glick enjoys watching sports and volunteering with the Pancreatic Cancer Network due to losing her father to this disease. She has been litigation manager for strict Court, Middle District of Florida, United States District Court, Southern District of Florida. Education: Washington University in St. Louis (B.A., 1982); Washington University in St. Louis, School of Law (J.D., 1986). Member: The Florida Bar, volunteer with the PurpleStride -Pancreatic Cancer Network.
Washington University in St. Louis || BA
Years Attended: 1982
Washington University in St. Louis || JD
Years Attended: 1986