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During the first years of his airline career, Glenn attended Atlanta Law School, passing the Bar in 1992.  Glenn received his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and holds a Masters of Science in Administration degree from Central Michigan University.


He is an active member of the Georgia Bar and has been admitted to United States District Court, the Federal Tax Courts, is accredited to practice before the Department of Veterans Affairs, and is admitted and qualified before the Supreme Court of the United States. The Supreme Court of Georgia has certified Glenn as a General and Family Law Mediator.


He is a member of the Royal Aeronautical Society, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association (President 2016-2017), the National Organization of Veteran Advocates, and the International Air and Transportation Safety Bar Association. He is the past President of the Atlanta Wake Forest Alumni Club and was an active member of the Wake Forest Alumni Council. He retired from the airlines in April of 2020 and is now focusing his efforts on the practice of law using cloud-based technologies. He brings years of military and civilian expertise and discipline to help you with your legal needs.


Glenn is a four-time Ironman Triathlete and actively competes in triathlons around the world. Glenn is married to Wendy and has one son, who is a Marine Aviator.

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Following active service, he served three years in the Naval Reserves at NAS Atlanta attached to the U.S.S Saratoga. Glenn was hired by a major airline in 1985 where he flew the B-727, DC-8, L-1011, B-737, MD-88, B-757, B-767, and the B-777.  He held positions in management, training, the Airline Pilots Association, and served as a Line Check Airman for almost 10 years. 

In 1978, Glenn entered the U.S. Navy Aviation Officer Candidacy School in Pensacola Florida. He was designated a Naval Aviator in 1980. During the Cold War, LCDR Cook went on to fly the carrier based S-3 Viking aboard the U.S.S. Eisenhower.

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