Robert Glueck

Robert Glueck


A Baton Rouge native, Robert attended Louisiana State University for both his bachelor’s degree and his law degree. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in English in 2012 and his Juris Doctorate in 2017. Before attending law school, Robert taught and coached at Live Oak High School in Watson, Louisiana. While he was earning his law degree, Robert was a student ambassador and participated in Trial Advocacy Competitions in New Orleans and New York.

Robert is a member of the Baton Rouge Bar Association Workers’ Comp Section. During law school, Robert clerked for U.S. Magistrate, Judge Richard L. Bourgeois, in the Middle District of Louisiana. He started working at Dudley DeBosier in 2015 as a law clerk, where he learned the ropes of being a personal injury attorney. After passing the bar, he began representing injured workers and enjoys using his knowledge and expertise to obtain the benefits they deserve. In his free time, Robert enjoys LSU sports, reading and running.

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