Glenn focuses primarily on Indian gaming and reservation economic development activities, as well as tribal governmental functions. He acts as counsel to a number of Indian tribes, tribal casinos and tribal business ventures in Arizona, California and other western states. Glenn has extensive experience in drafting tribal codes and ordinances and has been involved in the negotiation of tribal-state gaming compacts in California, Arizona, Wisconsin, Kansas and Oklahoma.
- Successfully argued tribal gaming case, California v. Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, before the United States Supreme Court.
- Provided legal counsel for casino financing transactions totaling more than $2 billion.
- Represents several tribal public utility companies.
- Testified before U.S. Senate on tribal gaming issues.
- Best Lawyers®, Gaming Law and Native American Law, 2005-present
- Best Lawyers® Lawyer of the Year, Native American Law, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2021
- Best Lawyers® Lawyer of the Year, Gaming Law, 2015, 2017
- Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent Rating
- JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 1973
- Author. “The Cabazon Decision, Thirty-Five Years On,” San Diego Lawyer, September/October 2022.
- Author. “The Cabazon Decision,” Arizona Attorney, July/August 2022.
- Speaker. “The New Normal: What Does SCOTUS’ Ysleta Decision Mean For Indian Country?” Indian Gaming Association, June 29, 2022.
- Author. “35 and Counting,” Tribal Government Gaming Annual Industry Report, April 2022.
- Arizona State Bar, Past Chair, Indian Law Section
- Wood, William. “The (Potential) Legal History of Indian Gaming,” Arizona Law Review, Vol. 63:969, 2021.
- “Letters to the Editor – Textualist Gorsuch and McGirt v. Oklahoma,” The Wall Street Journal, July 11, 2020.
- Watts, Simon, “The Native American casino boom in the U.S.,” BBC World Service Radio, February 6, 2020