Chelsea Glover began her legal career in civil litigation in 2015, and she is excited to join the Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America’s Civil Litigation Division as a Senior Staff Attorney. Before joining CLCMA, Chelsea primarily worked in commercial litigation, with a focus on antitrust and employment law. Chelsea also worked pro bono on immigration appeals, Violence Against Women Act petitions, and Special Immigrant Juvenile status applications.
Chelsea has represented clients in both state and federal court. In addition to legal work, Chelsea authored an article for the Texas Lawbook in 2022 entitled “Is Diversity a Pipeline Problem, or a Reservoir Problem?” She also co-authored a law review article for the SMU Annual Texas Survey in 2021 on Professional Liability. She is a member of the J.L. Turner Legal Association and Dallas Women Lawyers Association. Prior to law school, Chelsea taught Developmental Writing for the Nashville State Community College. Chelsea has also been recognized as a 2022 and 2023 Best Lawyer: Ones to Watch in Antitrust Litigation. Chelsea received a JD and LLM in International and Comparative Law from Duke University School of Law in 2015 and is licensed to practice law in Texas.