COL (Ret.) Andrew J. Glass is “Of Counsel” to the Richardson Firm, specializing in Military Justice, Senior Leader Representation, and Military Administrative Law.
Over a 26-year military career, COL (Ret.) Glass was repeatedly hand-selected to resolve the most challenging military justice cases and complex, high profile investigations in the Army as a Defense Counsel, a Regional Defense Counsel, a Military Judge, and one of five Chief Circuit Judges in the U.S. Army. COL (Ret.) Glass was a Military Judge for more than seven years. He was also competitively selected to teach Administrative Law at the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s School, where he taught in the ABA-accredited advanced degree (Masters of Law) program.
As a defense counsel and supervisory Regional Defense Counsel, COL (Ret.) Glass successfully represented clients in Courts-Martial, Department of the Army Inspector General Investigations, DOD Inspector General Investigations, and other command investigations. As “Regional Defense Counsel to the stars,” he was recognized as the subject matter expert representing General Officers and senior leaders accused of misconduct, including high profile cases such as the Tillman investigations. His advocacy in these complicated and sensitive matters enabled an astounding 96% of his clients to be promoted or retire in grade.
COL (Ret.) Glass graduated with Honors in the Liberal Arts from the Ohio State University, with his Juris Doctorate from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, and his L.L.M. in Military Law from the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s School. He has a son who is a competitive swimmer. In his free time, COL (Ret.) Glass reads U.S. history, and is particularly interested in Presidential history.
COL (Ret.) Glass is frequently requested to teach and speak on Military Justice and advocacy matters. He has provided testimony to a Congressional committee and a blue ribbon committee on Military Justice reform.
COL (Ret.) Glass is committed to continuing the Richardson Firm’s outstanding tradition of unparalleled service to Servicemembers in Military Justice, Senior Leader Investigations, and Military Administrative Law.
Areas of Practice
- Military Justice
- Senior Leader Investigations
- Inspector General Investigations
- Criminal Investigations
- Boards for the Correction of Military Records
- Memoranda of Reprimand
- Non-Judicial Punishment
- OHIO, 1991
- United States Army Court of Criminal Appeals
- United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
- The Ohio State University
University of North Carolina