Grant M. Glenn
Grant has over 30 years of legal experience in general litigation with an emphasis on:
In addition to pointing WGRG's commercial litigation, Grant regularly represents clients in matters involving commercial real estate, including urban development projects.
Grant grew up in Holton and Kansas City; did his undergraduate work at KSU; and, earned his J.D. from KU in 1976. While at KU, Grant was an editor of the Kansas Law Review. Grant has been prolific in speaking and writing on topics concerning employment law and commercial real estate in recent years. Grant has three children, Alex, Chuck and Margaret and five granddaughters.
Grant is active in Topeka, Lawrence and the state of Kansas. He is an active member of St. David’s Episcopal parish. He is a member of Topeka's Visioning Quality of Life Committee, and active member of Lakeview. He was appointed in 2008 by Governor Sebelius as a member of the Kansas Arts Commission. He co-chairs the Kansas Native Son's and Daughter's annual high school art competition and annually publishes the Calendar of high school art entitled, "Kansans... As Talented As you Think!"
Grant, and his wife, Donna, reside in Lawrence, and Grant works in both of the firm's offices in Overland Park and Topeka.
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