David Glassman teaches law school courses related to the appellate process and advises moot court competition students. He has practiced law since 1984, focusing on appeals. His practice experience includes two victories in the United States Supreme Court, over 75 briefed and argued in the United States Court of Appeals, 17 cases briefed and argued in the California Supreme court and over 350 cases handled in the California Court of Appeal. His work has resulted in more than 100 published decisions in state and federal courts.
Professor Glassman has taught appellate advocacy and related moot court classes at various institutions since 1989. His students have won statewide and national moot court competitions, including the Roger J. Traynor California Appellate Moot Court Competition and the National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition.