Grant Glenn

Grant has over 40 years of legal experience in general litigation and mediation with an emphasis on:
Commercial Work, Contracts, Employment Law, Real Estate, and General Business Representation.

Grant regularly represents clients in matters involving commercial real estate, including urban development projects.​

Grant was born in Holton and grew up in Kansas City; did his undergraduate work at KSU; and, earned his J.D. from KU. While at KU, Grant was an editor of the Kansas Law Review. Grant has been prolific in speaking and writing on topics concerning employment law and commercial real estate in recent years. Grant is an active member of St. David’s Episcopal parish. He is President of the Topeka Downtown Rotary Club. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area, and a board member of the Friends of the Free State Capitol, which owns and is restoring Constitution Hall, Topeka's first and oldest masonry building which served as the state capitol until 1869. He is a past member of the Kansas Arts Commission. He is a founder of the annual high school competition: "Kansans... As Talented As you Think!" Grant’s family enjoys a cabin on the lake at historic Lakeview, Kansas. He and his wife Donna have six adult children and nine grandchildren.

Old Constitution Hall Under Re​storation

Old constitution hall