Glenn has retired following 30 years in private practice.
Glenn Howland is a seventh-generation Vermonter from West Windsor. He grew up in Brownsville on the slopes of Mt. Ascutney, was educated at Windsor High School and obtained his B.A. from the University of Vermont in 1978. He earned his J.D. cum laude from Vermont Law School in 1989.
Since then, Glenn practiced law throughout Vermont: first as a new attorney, later as a partner with McKee Giuliani & Cleveland P.C. in Montpelier, and then of counsel at Rice & Riley, PLLC, its successor law firm. He then opened his private solo practice in Middlesex.
Glenn is admitted to practice in all Vermont State and federal courts and in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He is also a member of the Bar of the United States Supreme Court.
Glenn concentrated his practice on of civil litigation, alternative dispute resolution and municipal law, serving as Assistant City Attorney for the City of Montpelier and as Special Counsel for towns, villages, school districts, fire districts and solid waste management districts throughout the state.
A typical Vermont retirement means you’re working five days a week at something else. Glenn shifted gears and is a rural carrier with the United States Postal Service. In his spare time, he may be found tinkering with Lazarus, his garden tractor, playing grease monkey under Attila, his off-roading Mitsubishi Pajero, or creating a fine mess with a welding torch. Glenn and his family live in Middlesex, Vermont.