Glenn A. Saltsman

Glenn Saltsman graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Pre-Law in 1993. He received his Law Degree from the University Of Detroit Mercy School of Law in 1996. Glenn was admitted to the Michigan Bar in 1996. While attending Michigan State and the University of Detroit, he clerked in the Wayne County Circuit Court, as well as for various specialized law firms.

Glenn has been elected to the Executive Board of the Michigan Association for Justice for more than a dozen straight years. He is a frequent lecturer on numerous topics ranging from technology in litigation to automobile insurance issues. Glenn has served on numerous committees and is a sustaining member and Justice PAC monthly contributor.

Glenn is a member of the American Association of Justice (formerly known as Association of Trial Lawyers of America) and served on the Young Lawyers' Board of Governors. He is also a member of the Macomb County Bar Association, is a Macomb County Bar Foundation Trustee and is a member of the State Bar of Michigan Negligence Section. Glenn proudly serves on an Advisory Committee at Michigan State University.

Glenn regularly serves as a case evaluator in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties. He also is an independent arbitrator throughout Michigan for numerous lawyers.

Glenn Saltsman is active in several philanthropic and community endeavors. For example, he oversaw and organized a book drive for the Wayne County Juvenile Detention Center and acquired and donated a large contribution of CDs and videos to our troops. He is a regular supporter of various charities ranging from the Michigan Humane Society to Detroit Public Television. He was named to the 2010 Super Lawyers Rising Stars.

Glenn is married and has three children. He enjoys spending time with his family. He enjoys working out and competing in races. He enjoys attending sporting events and spending time with friends. He has an avid interest in history and current events.

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