The Texas Public Policy Foundation’s (TPPF) Manager for Right on Crime and Senior Policy Analyst Greg Glod was selected to Forbes’s 2017 “30 Under 30” Law & Policy list. The annual selection recognizes America’s most influential leaders in the Law & Policy fields. This year’s judges included some of the most esteemed voices in the field, such as American Enterprise Institute President Arthur C. Brooks, Yale Law School's John A. Garver professor of jurisprudence William Eskridge, Jr., New America president and CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter, and OpenGov cofounder Nate Levine.
“I am truly humbled even to be mentioned on this list with some of the brightest minds in the legal and policy fields,” Glod said. “It's an honor, and I want to thank Forbes for the selection."
The publication credits Glod as having been “integral in the passage of a bill that allowed offenders convicted of a low-level offense a chance to seal their record, a first in Texas, affording those individuals a second chance at life.”
For more information or to request an interview with Mr. Glod please contact Elizabeth Lincicome at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-744-8087.
Greg Glod is the Manager of State Initiatives for Right on Crime and Senior Policy Analyst at Texas Public Policy Foundation. He began his legal career as a law clerk for the Honorable Judge Laura S. Kiessling on the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He subsequently practiced at a litigation firm in Annapolis, Maryland before joining Right on Crime and the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
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