Glenn Delk specializes in civil dispute resolution and litigation, with an emphasis on corporate and securities litigation and arbitration, representing brokerage firms, companies and individuals. In addition, he has handled a substantial amount of corporate work involving acquisitions, corporate financing, contract negotiations and employment matters.
For over twenty years, Glenn has been active in education reform efforts in Georgia, focused on increasing options and choices for parents through charter schools, vouchers and tuition tax credits. Glenn has represented parents, on a pro bono basis, in litigation asserting their right to parental choice in education, assisted in the drafting of Georgia’s original charter school law, and currently represents several charter schools. He also worked to pass H.B. 881, to amend Georgia’s charter school law to allow a state commission to authorize charters so that the number of Georgia students attending charter schools can grow from 21,000 currently to 100,000 students by 2015.
Glenn received a B.A. in History from Vanderbilt University in 1973; and J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law, 1976 and is married to Barbara Goss Delk. They have three daughters.
Glenn has twenty years of experience in the public policy arena of education reform. He has represented nonprofit charter management organizations, for-profit education management organizations, member of school boards, advocacy organizations and parents. In addition to providing legal advice, Glenn also consults and lobbies for clients interested in education reform, including charter schools.