Marnie Glaeberman represents clients in a wide range of complex civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution. She has assisted in recovering insurance proceeds in matters related to bodily injury, regulatory investigations, and toxic tort, among others.
Marnie also maintains an active pro bono practice, most recently assisting parents and children held in immigration detention. Other pro bono clients have included Community Foodworks, the Society for Health Communication, and a disabled tenant in public housing seeking improved living conditions. Marnie also co-authored amicus briefs for the United States Supreme Court in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin and Zubik v. Burwell.
Before pursuing law, Marnie worked in higher education, and domestic and international public health. She has written and presented on subjects including Title IX, and powers and duties of local boards of health.
In addition to her degrees, Marnie has studied with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Department of Bioethics, the Harvard School of Public Health, L’Institut de Hautes Études Internationales in Geneva, Switzerland, and a public health research delegation to Cuba.