Miami Dade College, A.A., 2016
Florida International University, B.A., 2019
St. Thomas University School of Law, J.D., 2022
Areas of Practice:
The Florida Bar; Stephen R. Booher American Inn of Court (2021-2022); Peter T. Fay American Inn of Court (2021-2022); The Order of Barristers
Glenn Garcia was born and raised in Miami, Florida. He attended Florida International University where he obtained his B.A. in Political Science. After completing his undergraduate studies at FIU, Glenn was awarded a Merit Scholarship to attend St. Thomas University College of Law where he received his J.D. in 2022 graduating cum laude.
During Mr. Garcia’s time at St. Thomas University College of Law he served as an Academic Success Fellow, working hand-in-hand with Law School Administration while mentoring current and incoming law students. Mr. Garcia also served as a Research Assistant to Alfredo Garcia, Dean Emeritus, providing support in drafting and editing “Criminal Law – Concepts and Practice, Fifth Edition”. In addition to supporting his colleagues and administration, Mr. Garcia served as the Executive Editor of the St. Thomas Journal of Complex Litigation, where his article titled “A Novel Virus Brings Novel Issues in The Area of Workers Compensation: Addressing COVID-19 Injury Claims Faced by Workers on The Frontlines” was published in 2021.
In 2021, Mr. Garcia was elected to serve as the Vice President of the St. Thomas Moot Court Board. Throughout Mr. Garcia’s law school career he showed a proficiency in legal analysis and argument, winning the Best Brief Award for his participation in the 2020 St. Thomas Moot Court Intramural Competition. Mr. Garcia also represented St. Thomas University College of Law while competing in the 2021 Wechsler National Moot Court Competition as well as the 2021 Robert Orseck Moot Court Competition.
Mr. Garcia’s academic endeavors led to his recognition by the Order of Barristers for his exceptional skills in trial and oral advocacy and brief writing. Mr. Garcia now focuses his practice on defending Employers, Carriers, and Third-Party Administrators in Workers’ Compensation matters.