Caroline Glennie-Smith

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T: (213) 406-2900
F: (213) 613-0550


Education and Honors

Loyola Law School (J.D., 2019); John Mathews Disability Rights Scholarship (2017-2019); Chief Production Editor, Loyola Entertainment Law Review (2018-2019); Loyola Scholar Scholarship (2017); University of Virginia (B.A., Arts Administration, Art History, and South Asian Studies)



Law Clerk, Magistrate Judge Michael R. Wilner, United States District Court for the Central District of California (2019-2020)


Bar Admissions

California (2020); Central District of California, U.S. District Court



Research Assistant, Professor Katherine Pérez (2018); Law Clerk, Knauf Associates (2018); Research Assistant, Dean Michael Waterstone (2017); West Coast Appraisals Manager, Pall Mall Art Advisors (2014-2016)



Loopholes, Licensing, and Legislation: Considering the Needs of People with Disabilities in the Autonomous Vehicle Revolution, 38 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review 187 (2018)

A representative sampling of Ms. Glennie-Smith’s experience is as follows:


  • Represented over 90 current and former residents of mobilehome park against park owner and management for violations of Mobilehome Residency Law, Rent Stabilization Ordinance violations, fraud, breach of contract, and other claims
  • Defended real estate developer in a complex case involving multiple properties and parties
  • Represented tenants in toxic mold case against landlord