Glenna Morgan is a member of the firm’s Government Relations, Education, and Labor & Employment departments.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Morgan was an intern for the Counsel’s Office of the New York State Executive Chamber; the office of U.S. Senator Charles Schumer; and the New York State Attorney General’s Environmental Protection Bureau.
While attending Albany Law School, Ms. Morgan won the national championship of the American Bar Association’s National Client Counseling Competition and later represented Team USA in the semi-finals at the competition’s international level, as well as placed as a finalist in the American Bar Association’s Regional Negotiation Competition. Ms. Morgan also served as a member of Albany Law Review; President of the Animal Law Pro Bono Society; Executive Editor of Albany Law School’s International Law Studies blog; and student editor of the New York State Bar Association’s New York Environmental Lawyer publication.
After graduating from Albany Law School in 2016, Ms. Morgan received the school’s Edward F. Layden ’53 and Kathryn I. Layden Award in recognition of her dedication to and performance in the school’s moot court competitions. Ms. Morgan is a member of the League of Women Voters and Pi Beta Phi, a philanthropic organization with a focus on education and literacy.