Cassandra T. Glanville
Cassandra has focused her career exclusively on complex, high-conflict family law matters. Prior to joining HLG, Cassandra worked with a prominent San Francisco firm, working closely with sophisticated and high-income individuals facing difficult and complicated issues. Cassandra's attention to detail, use of technology, and strong research and writing skills are particular strengths.
Cassandra is originally from Silicon Valley and attended the University of California, Santa Barbara for her undergraduate degree. Cassandra attended law school at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. While there, she worked as a judicial extern at the San Francisco County Superior Court Unified Family Court. She also worked at the Alameda County Superior Court, focusing on family law and domestic violence matters.
Prior to practicing in San Francisco, she pursued her family law career in Santa Barbara, working for a solo practitioner. In 2012, Cassandra was awarded the McLafferty Scholarship, provided by the Santa Barbara Women Lawyer's Foundation in part for her service to the Santa Barbara community.
- State Bar of California, 2013.
- JD., University of California, Hastings College of the Law, 2013.
- BA., University of California, Santa Barbara, Political Science with minors in English and History, 2010.
Professional Associations and Distinctions
- Member of Santa Barbara Women's Political Committee, (2018 - Present).
- Treasurer for Santa Barbara Women Lawyers Foundation, (2017 - Present)
- Member of Santa Barbara County Bar Association, (2016 - Present).
- Member of Ventura County Bar Association, (2016 - Present).
- Member of Women Lawyers of Ventura County, (2016 - Present).
- Member of Santa Barbara Women Lawyers, (2016 - Present).
- Member of Santa Barbara Barristers, (2016 - Present).
- Member of William Gordon Inns of Court, (2017 - 2018).
- Recipient of the McLafferty Scholarship, provided by the Santa Barbara Women Lawyer’s Foundation, (2012).
Published Family Law Articles:
- “Mediation Practice Twenty Years Later: A Cautionary Story and Proposed Reforms,” assisting Gregory W. Herring (ACFLS Family Law Specialist, Winter 2017).
- “Mediation Twenty Years Later Part 2: The LRC Considers Alternative Reforms,” assisted by Gregory W. Herring (ACFLS Family Law Specialist, Spring 2017).