Michael A. Glick is a Partner in the litigation department of the Washington, D.C. office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP, where his practice includes trial and appellate litigation in both state and federal court across a variety of industries. Professor Glick has represented a broad array of corporate, individual, and pro bono clients in matters involving contracts, fraud, the False Claims Act, false advertising, voting rights, antitrust, bankruptcy, constitutional law, and mergers and acquisitions. He has resolved cases with motions practice, represented clients at numerous trials (including first-chairing a federal bench trial), and argued before the federal court of appeals.

Before joining Kirkland, Professor Glick served as a law clerk to Judge Thomas M. Hardiman of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (2008-09). Professor Glick received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Harvard Law School, where he received the Dean’s Award for Community Leadership from then-Dean Elena Kagan. While at Harvard, Professor Glick served as an Article Editor for the Harvard Law & Policy Review and as one of four elected class marshals for the Class of 2008. Professor Glick received his Bachelor of Arts in Government and Economics, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and was the recipient of the B.J. Phoenix Medal for Economics. While an undergraduate at Georgetown, Professor Glick served a two-year term as an elected commissioner on Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E in the District of Columbia.

Professor Glick is a member of the American Constitution Society.