Alexander Glassman concentrates his practice in municipal law. As a municipal lawyer, Alexander represents the Firm’s municipal clients, including the Treasurer of Montgomery County, at public meetings and in matters before the Courts in Pennsylvania.
Alexander also advises the Firm’s municipal clients on a multitude of issues including compliance with Federal and state laws and local ordinances. Alexander also works on domestic relations, civil litigation including personal injury, and corporate matters for the firm. He has argued in the Commonwealth Court and routinely has hearings in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware County and Chester County. Prior to joining Rudolph Clarke, Alexander worked at legal aid handling domestic relations matters, including custody, protection from abuse and children and youth cases. Alexander grew up in Holland, Northampton Township, Bucks County and attended Council Rock High School South, graduating in 2005. Alexander now resides in the Plymouth/ Norristown area with his Fiancé and Labrador retriever. Outside of work, Alexander enjoys competing in 5K races, playing tennis, and supporting Penn State athletics. Alexander became an attorney because he wanted to help people solve their arduous problems. The most rewarding part of being an attorney is getting your client an excellent result, whether through litigation or hard fought negotiation. The case Alexander enjoyed the most was helping the Register of Wills decide whether to issue marriage certificates to same sex couples in Montgomery County. Regarding pro bono: Alexander regularly volunteers for legal aid handling protection from abuse cases.
- Bucks County Bar Association, Young lawyers division
- Montgomery County Bar Association, Young lawyers division
- B.A., in Political Science, Pennsylvania State University, 2008
- J.D., Florida Coastal School of Law, 2012