Glenn W. D. Golding is a member of the firm’s General Litigation and Real Estate Practice Groups. He has been practicing law in the Washington, D.C. area since 1991, concentrating primarily in complex commercial and real estate litigation. Glenn has represented prominent nationally and locally known clients in all phases of their business operations, including contract drafting, risk management, litigation and dispute resolution.
Before joining the firm in 2011, Glenn held positions as an Assistant Attorney General for the Maryland Comptroller, as in-house litigation counsel for a government contracting firm, and as a shareholder and associate attorney in national and local law firms.
Glenn obtained his Juris Doctor degree from American University Washington College of Law in 1991 where he graduated cum laude. During law school, Glenn interned with a judge of the District of Columbia Superior Court, and was a staff member of the law school’s Journal of International Law and Policy. Glenn graduated from Colgate University in 1984 and achieved membership in the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. In 1985, Glenn served for a year as a housefather to up to 9 American boys in a “character building” school located in the Dominican Republic.
Outside of the office, Glenn enjoys distance running, competing against friends in triathlons, and playing softball. To celebrate his 50th birthday, Glenn spent many hours running a 50 mile ultra marathon which he vows to never do again. Glenn also serves as a volunteer attorney for the Good Samaritan Advocates, a legal aid organization providing pro bono legal services to the poor and oppressed.