Glenn Draper joined Social Media Victims Law Center in June 2022 after representing victims of mesothelioma and other asbestos-caused diseases since 2004. Glenn was trial counsel for several mesothelioma cases and obtained multi-million-dollar verdicts for his clients. He has taken the depositions of over 300 mesothelioma victims and obtained hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements from the asbestos companies. He joined SMVLC after being outraged by the contents of the Facebook Papers.
Glenn grew up in a military family with his father and brothers serving in the US Navy and US Army. Glenn spent two years on active duty in the US Army, where he was named Soldier of the Year for US Army Support Command Hawaii.
Glenn graduated with honors from the University of Washington Law School in 1994. He was one of several attorneys at Innocence Project Northwest that were awarded the National Law Journal's Pro Bono Award in 2000 for representing the wrongfully convicted. He was also named a King County Quiet Hero for his pro bono work.
Glenn lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife and three teenage children.