Attorney Glen F. Larson is an accomplished Texas litigation attorney, mediator, and founder of Glen Larson Law. A graduate of Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, Mr. Larson was admitted to practice in 2006 and handles cases throughout all counties in the state of Texas. Mr. Larson has gone on to handle cases throughout the U.S., including Louisiana, Virginia, Alabama, Idaho, Colorado, Washington D.C., Oklahoma, New Mexico, Indiana, Illinois, Mississippi, Maryland and California.
He has also been recognized to join the National Trial Lawyers Association as a Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Attorneys.
- The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelor of Arts
- Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law - Juris Doctor
- University of Texas School of Law, Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution
Multi-Million Dollar Trials Handled
From employment, construction, and business law to property rights, mediation, and more, Attorney Larson has built a reputation for providing incisive and knowledgeable counsel to his clients and client businesses. Attorney Larson has handled cases against many large corporations, such as General Motors, in federal courts and is not afraid to go up against the "big guys." He has also handled multi-million dollar cases in civil litigation.
Now running his own firm, Attorney Larson is able to provide the "big firm" counsel while still maintaining a personalized approach to the individuals, families, and businesses that he serves. As a trained mediator, he believes in a balanced approach to dispute resolution.
Areas of Practice
Outside of the courtroom, Attorney Larson can be found spending time with his family. He and his wife live in Texas with their three beautiful children. As a native Texan with deep roots in the local community, he continues to set a high standard for vigorous, proactive counsel that never loses sight of this clients' concerns and well-being.
Glen and his team of experienced Personal Injury attorneys stand ready, call our office at (512) 553-4994 today.