Glenn Galbreath, Clinical Professor of Law, currently teaches trial advocacy, several public interest law clinics, and full term externship courses.
After his graduation from Case Western Reserve University Law School, Professor Galbreath developed extensive litigation experience in his two years as a staff attorney for the Ohio Migrant Legal Action Program and Toledo Legal Aid Society and ten years as Deputy Director for Litigation for Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc., an Ohio legal services organization dedicated to representing low income plaintiffs in federal class action suits involving major impact litigation.
He joined Cornell Law School clinical faculty in 1986. In addition to teaching and supervising clinic student litigation, he regularly presents lectures and workshops to judges and other professionals on a wide variety of legal topics. Since 1991, he has been elected five times as the Justice in the Village of Cayuga Heights.