Glenn A. Garber, P.C.
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Glenn A. Garber, Managing Attorney
Glenn Garber has been practicing law since 1989. He is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer and handles cases in Federal and State Court. His areas of practice include criminal defense, habeas corpus, wrongful convictions and civil rights.

Glenn Garber graduated from Syracuse University and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1986. His areas of study were political science, news writing and public speaking.
  Glenn Garber

While at Syracuse, Glenn Garber served as a student government representative and was a staff reporter for the University newspaper, the Daily Orange.

In 1989, Glenn Garber graduated from Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University, located in lower Manhattan. While at Cardozo he completed the Criminal Law Clinic run by Barry Scheck and the Criminal Appeals Clinic run by Stanley Neustadter. Based on his academic excellence he was invited to serve as an editor for the Arts and Entertainment Law Journal.

Glenn Garber worked after his first year at Cardozo School of Law as a clerk for the Prisoner's Rights Project of the Legal Aid Society. After his second year, he worked in the private sector as a summer associate for Shanley & Fisher, P.C., in Morristown, New Jersey.

When he graduated from Cardozo School of Law in 1989, Glenn Garber became a staff attorney for the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society in Manhattan. While at the Legal Aid Society, Glenn Garber represented hundreds of clients and was lead trial counsel on numerous felony and misdemeanor cases.

Glenn Garber went into private practice in 1991. He was a partner at Garber & Rodi, P.C., until 1997. He then opened his own firm which is currently known as Glenn A. Garber, P.C.
Angharad Vaughan, Associate Attorney
Angharad Vaughan graduated from Sarah Lawrence College and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2001. As an undergraduate, Ms. Vaughan led creative writing workshops for inmates at the Valhalla Correctional Facility in Valhalla, New York. In 2007, she received her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law located in Boston, Massachusetts.   Angharad Vaughan

As a law student, Ms. Vaughan worked for the Prisoners' Rights Clinic of Northeastern University School of Law, where she provided representation before the Massachusetts Parole Board for inmates serving life sentences for second degree murder.

During law school, Angharad Vaughan also completed internships with the Honorable James C. Francis IV, United States Magistrate Judge in the Southern District of New York, the Roxbury Defenders, the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, and the Boston firm of Hrones, Garrity & Hedges, LLP.Prior to law school, Ms. Vaughan worked as an administrative assistant in the New York City office of Facing History and Ourselves, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching moral decision making and civic participation through a comprehensive study of the Holocaust and other instances of genocide and mass violence.