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Glenn W. Pulley

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Jennifer Ezell434.455.9947
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Glenn Pulley, a Partner in Gentry Locke’s Business Litigation group, was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2002. Glenn served as Chairman of the Virginia Committee of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2013 and 2014. Since his career began in 1976, Glenn has tried more than 150 civil jury trials for plaintiffs and defendants involving personal injury/property damage, product liability, commercial, construction, employment, estates, and eminent domain. For many years he has represented institutional clients including the housing authority, the school board, and the Chapter 10 Services Board in his community.  Glenn’s trial experience has helped many clients in the courtroom, and they have often benefited from Glenn’s advice on how to avoid the expense, inconvenience, and risk of litigation.

  • Jury trials tried to conclusion
  • US National Parks to visit
  • Hours traveled to Bangkok – a spectacular trip
  • Sons who make me proud – (lawyer & TV producer)
  • You’ve had an illustrious career as a lawyer. Did you ever consider a different profession?

    I grew up in Southampton County in eastern Virginia where we were outdoors all the time. Much of our food came from the land. We gardened, raised chickens, fished and hunted quail. I have a tremendous respect for our natural resources and might have enjoyed working for the Virginia Game Commission to help ensure the proper management and preservation of game and fish in our region.

  • What do you do when you first arrive home each evening?

    I should say, “hug my wife,” but in reality, I hug Annie first – my English Setter hunting dog – and then I hug my wife. I always take Annie for a walk, too, before or after dinner.

  • What lesson have you learned in life that you live by every day?

    For seven summers, my family invited a child into our home through the American Belarusian Relief Organization program that helps children of Chernobyl find clean food, rest, and sanctuary from their contaminated environment. Through this experience, I found that, by paying attention to people who are not as well-off as we are, we can learn so much.


  • University of Richmond T.C. Williams School of Law, J.D. with honors and distinction (1976)
  • University of Richmond, B.A. in Economics cum laude (1973)


  • Was key contact for legal work for the Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority, providing advice regarding risk management, landlord/tenant, grievances, Hope VI HUD program, the FOIA, and Procurement
  • Assisted school boards and superintendents in Halifax, Pittsylvania County, Mecklenberg County; Southside Community Services and Danville Pittsylvania Community Services
  • Represented the town of South Boston for over ten years

Representative Cases

  • Skull Mountain v. BWE (2012)
  • Wilson v. Turner, 2008 WL 222302 (USDC (W.D. Va.) 2008)
  • Romar v. Tomer, Lawyers Weekly [08-T-086] (Danville Circuit Court 2008)Wilson v. Turner, 2008 WL 222302 (USDC (W.D. Va.) 2008)
  • McKinney v. Stonebridge Life Insurance, 2006 WL 2819642 (USDC (W.D. Va.) 2006)
  • Coley v. Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority, 2006 WL 118254 (USDC (W.D. Va.) 2006)
  • Rogers v. Dow Agroscience, LLC, et al., 2006 WL 3147393 (USDC (W.D. Va.) 2006)
  • Clements v. Mecklenburg County School Board (USDC (E.D. Va.) 2005)
  • Anderson, et al. v. Cabin Lake Condominium Asso., Lawyers Weekly [02-T-200] (Danville Circuit Court 2002)
  • JPS Elastomerics Corp. v. Industrial Tools Inc., 65 F. Supp.2d 376 (USDC (W.D. Va.) 1998)
  • Doss v. Doss, Lawyers Weekly VLW 008-8-262 (Pittsylvania County Circuit Court 2008)
  • Brown v. Auto-Owners Ins. Co., 1997 WL 547975 (U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit 1997)
  • Carnell Construction Corp. v. Danville Redevelopment & Housing Auth., et al, 2013 WL 101687 (W.D.Va.)


  • Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers (2002); Member (2002-Present)
  • Fellow, Virginia Law Foundation
  • Chair, Virginia Committee of the American College of Trial Lawyers (2013-2014)
  • Trustee for Averett University (2010-2013)
  • Instructor, Virginia Mandatory Professionalism Class, VSB (2004 – 2007)
  • Boyd Graves Conference (1994-2011)
  • Virginia State Bar: Board of Governors, Construction Law Section (1985-1988); Board of Governors, Litigation Section (1995-2002); Chair, Litigation Section (2000-2001)
  • The Virginia Bar Association: Board of Governors (2003-2007); Construction Law Section Board (1993-1999)
  • President, Danville Bar Association (1995)
  • Regional Vice President, Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys (1985-1988)
  • Admitted to the U.S. District Court Eastern District of Virginia, U.S. District Court Western District of Virginia, U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court


  • Consistently named one of the “Best Lawyers in America” in the category of Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants (2011-2019), also listed in Best Lawyers in America – Business Edition (2016)
  • Named one of the “Virginia Legal Elite” by Virginia Business magazine for Civil Litigation (2000-2008, 2011, 2014)
    and Construction (2012-2013)
  • Designated a “Virginia Super Lawyer” in the area of Civil Litigation: Defense (2006-2017) and Business Litigation (2006-2018)
  • Peer-rated “AV/Preeminent” by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
  • Named a “Leader in the Law” by Virginia Lawyers Weekly (2009)
  • McNeill Honor Society, Order of the Coif


The results of client matters depend on a variety of factors unique to each matter. Past successes do not predict or guarantee future successes.