Marty Glennon is a partner in one of New York’s most prominent labor, employment and employee benefits law firms, Archer, Byington, Glennon and Levine, LLP. He is also a Local #3, I.B.E.W. electrician by trade and still carries a union card. Glennon graduated from City University of New York school of law in 1996. During his time at CUNY Law, Glennon, along with his friend Sean Crowley and others, helped established the Joseph Doherty Civil Rights Fellowship which provides financial aid to CUNY students interested in the pursuit of civil rights.
Glennon currently serves as a Commissioner on the Nassau County Planning Commission, is on the Board of Governors for the Friendly Sons of St Patrick, is the immediate past president of the Nassau County Brehons and a member of the Brehon Council. He has also moderated round table discussions with elected officials both here and in Ireland to discuss the peace process in Northern Ireland.
Glennon still has family in County Galway who maintain the Glennon family farm. He is married to Jennifer and has two daughters, Caroline and Isabelle.