Forbes named Greg Glod ‘13, manager of State Initiatives & senior policy analyst for the Texas Public Policy Foundation, to its 2017 “30 Under 30: Law & Policy” list.
Glod, according to the article, “was 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.”
“We are proud of the work Greg is doing, carrying on our mission of improving justice throughout the country,” said Maryland Carey Law Dean Donald Tobin. “This is an honor he deserves.”
The full list includes people who “hold JDs from top law schools, have founded companies that want to automate due process, and play right hand to the most powerful people at every level of American society.” Forbes describes the winners as the, “young voices that will be shaping U.S. policymaking from both the public and private sectors….”