Lynn S. Glasser + Stephen A. Glasser
The Glassers are the creators of important educational, publishing, and business development concepts which have been highly successful over the past three decades. The Glassers have started and sold three businesses in the legal industry. They founded Sandpiper Partners LLC, Clifton, N.J., in 2005.
The Glassers have led the way in innovative business management and substantive law education in the legal field. Sandpiper runs more than 50 events a year for clients on many aspects of the business of law and substantive law topics. Sandpiper also organizes and sponsors the annual Global Law Firm Leaders Conference in London and briefings on legal market trends in New York, Washington, D.C., Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
At Glasser LegalWorks, which they founded in 1995, they initiated and ran a series of trailblazing courses including The CIO Forum, The Executive Director and CFO Forum, The Law Firm Leaders Forum, The Marketing Partner Forum, The Practice Group Management Forum, and numerous other institutes attended by thousands of law firm managers and attorneys every year. They have organized more than 2,000 conferences, seminars, and institutes. They developed the first Executive MBA program for law firm managers at SUNY Stony Brook University College of Business.
This dynamic duo has published more than 800 books in the legal and business fields, and more than 100 newsletters, many of which they have created. They started the Legal Times newspaper in Washington, D.C., which they sold with their investors to American Lawyer Media.
In 2004 the Glassers and their investors sold Glasser LegalWorks to the largest company in the field, West/The Thomson Corporation (now Thomson Reuters). The Glassers also have been co-presidents of Prentice Hall Law & Business, a division of Simon & Schuster; and Law & Business Inc., Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, publishers. Stephen Glasser holds a J.D. degree from the University of Michigan Law School and a B.A. cum laude from Colgate University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Lynn Glasser has a B.A. from Chatham College. They are both listed in "Who's Who". The Glassers serve on numerous nonprofit boards.