|Associate General Counsel||NYSUT||2001 - 2007|
|Assistant Corporation Counsel||New York City Law Department||1997 - 2001|
|Law Clerk||Second Circuit Court of Appeals||1996 - 1997|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|New York State Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Comparative Labor Law Journal||Trade Union Growth and Decline||1995|
|University of Pennsylvania Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1995|
|Cornell University||Industrial and Labor Relations||B.S.||1992|
Posted by an early childhood teacher
Mr. Bryan Glass is a really decent guy and a masterful attorney around labor relations law, especially for teachers. He helped me negotiate a settlement from my former employer that left me tremendously satisfied where I could move on with confidence and zero resentment.
Mr. Glass’ best quality is not only being intelligent, but knowing exactly how much fire to add to the negotiating table. During a consultation, he really listened to me and got an accurate assessment of my work environment. I learned to completely trust him as he demonstrated repeatedly that the key to getting what we wanted was keeping the tone and the conversations among the parties amicable. In my situation, all of his tactics move my case along quickly. He did this while at the same time keeping me informed of each and every step along the way, reassuring me that we would add more pressure when necessary. His strategy helped me to feel calm during the most uncertain time of my career.
Beyond winning me a nice severance package, Mr. Glass showed himself to be truly caring of educators and our line of work. He directed me towards key resources that would allow me to get back on my feet and to strengthen my future job perspectives.
I would unequivocally hire Mr. Glass to represent you for any and all issues around your employment. After my experience, I will definitely retain Mr. Glass infinitely, so that during my next job and throughout my career reviews, I can have someone advocating on my behalf. Mr. Glass is clearly knowledgeable about the law in the education field.
---an early childhood teacher from a private school
Posted by anonymous
In all honesty please don't hire Brian Glass. He talks disrespectfully about all the wonderful clients he has had in the past including ones that gave him favorable ratings. You, the client have to do all the work and he barely remembers your case. He completely detaches himself. He also is very judgemental and has made comments such as "maybe you are too softspoken to be a teacher in the Bronx". I honestly wish I did not spend my 5,000 dollars.
Posted by Lydia
I was terminated from the DOE by a vindictive principal. Since I'm non-tenured, I was concerned that I had no legal recourse. I presented my case to Bryan and he helped me file an Article 78 appeal in NYS Civil Court. Thanks to Bryan's level-headedness, clarity, and knowledge of the teachers' contract, ed. law, and labor law I was able to negotiate a fair settlement with the DOE. Thank you Bryan!
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