First Church was engaged in the planning stages of a building project when one of the board members, the owner of a masonry company, suggested that he would like to bid on the brickwork required for the project. Can the board member submit a bid or is it a conflict of interest?
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Glenn S. Reynolds earned his Juris Doctor from Regent University School of Law, graduating as a member of the Honors Program. In addition, to his JD, Glenn earned a Doctorate in Leadership and Organizational Development from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also graduated with Honors.
Glenn’s vision for the Reynolds Law Group is to come along side clients to help them solve problems and protect dreams. He views the practice of law as a calling that demands effective and ethical lawyers who serve clients and society.
Clients come to Reynolds Law Group because they either have a problem or a dream.
Some have a problem—they’ve been served with a lawsuit, been injured (in an accident or by medical providers), or have found themselves on the wrong end of a broken contract.
Others have a dream—launching a non-profit that makes a difference; providing for the next generation through a will or trust; or starting a new church.
To Glenn, each client matters. And, his desire is that Reynolds Law Group serves each one by helping solve the problem or protecting the dream.
Glenn and his wife Amberly have been married for over twenty-five years and have three incredible children, ranging from middle school to college. He and Amberly enjoy traveling, walking their dog, Kingsley, and reading with a book in one hand and a drink from Starbucks in the other. Glenn roots hard for the Kentucky Wildcats in basketball, the Baltimore Orioles in baseball, and the Iowa Hawkeyes in football. In addition, Glenn blogs about life, law, and leadership at glennsreynolds.net.
- Virginia State Bar
- Virginia Supreme Court
- Virginia Bar Association
- Virginia Beach Bar Association
- Norfolk-Portsmouth Bar Association
- James Kent Inn of Court
- Christian Legal Society
- Virginia Trial Lawyer's Association