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J.D., Harvard Law School
B.A. cum laude, Northwestern University
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Alex Glancy

Alex Glancy practices transactional law for startups, social enterprises, impact-oriented companies, and individuals. She advises both new founders and established companies on corporate structure and governance, investment fundraising, and contracts of all types.

Alex is experienced with the formation of business entities including LLCs, corporations, benefit corporations, non-profits, and cooperative corporations. As companies bring on investors, she counsels on fundraising strategies and handles securities compliance at the federal and state levels.

Alex also practices intellectual property law for entrepreneurs and creatives. She drafts and negotiates license agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and work-for-hire agreements. She has represented graphic designers, visual artists, and producers in these areas.

Alex graduated from Harvard Law School, where she participated in the Community Enterprise Project. She holds a bachelor’s degree with honors from Northwestern University in Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences (MMSS) and Anthropology. Prior to joining GGH LLP, she worked at the Arts Law Centre of Australia, the Office of the General Counsel of New York University, and at a global law firm.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Alex prides herself on being a community lawyer of service to her city and wider community. She is passionate about legal innovations to promote community wealth-building and sustainability. She has presented to groups at UCLA, California Institute of the Arts, Collective REMAKE, and Suffolk University School of Law.

Alex is proficient in Spanish.

  • Member, California Lawyers for the Arts
  • Member, Center for Art Law
  • Member, Cooperative Professionals Guild
  • Member, National Coalition for Community Capital
  • Volunteer, The Artist’s Contract
  • Volunteer, Sustainable Economies Law Center