Joseph Ariel Glyn
Director of the Center on Professionalism
In 2019, Joe Glyn joined Penn Law as the Director of the Center on Professionalism. Prior to Penn Law, Joe served as Deputy Ethics Counsel in the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics, wherein he investigated and prosecuted serious and complex allegations of attorney misconduct.
Before the Office of Attorney Ethics, Joe served for more than five years as Deputy Attorney General in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, Division of Criminal Justice, Appellate Bureau. Joe briefed and presented arguments before the New Jersey Supreme Court concerning issues of state-wide or constitutional importance, such as juvenile life-without-parole sentencing, Double Jeopardy, and the statute of limitations in DNA-identification cases.
Joe graduated from Rutgers Law School magna cum laude in 2009, and he clerked for Hon. Philip Carchman, of the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. Joe lives with his wife and three children in Philadelphia and in his free time enjoys lifting heavy weights.