Glen Bartlett qualified as a solicitor in 1981 and has been practicing criminal defence work since 1984. He heads the Crime and Mental Health department at Jefferies.
Glen has been appointed to the Law Society’s accreditation panels as a Mental Health lawyer and higher rights advocate for Crime. He has been a member of the Duty Solicitor Scheme for Police Station and Magistrates Court Proceedings since its inception.
He is past President of the Southend and district local Law Society. He is currently the criminal law representative on the Society Committee.
Glen also helps out in the community and is a school governor for a local primary school.