Caroline G. Glennie-Smith


Caroline Glennie-Smith's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and white collar defense matters. 

Before joining Larson LLP, Caroline was an associate at a criminal defense and civil litigation boutique in Los Angeles. She began her legal career as a law clerk for Judge Michael R. Wilner in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. In that role, Caroline worked on numerous civil and criminal cases with federal and state law issues, assisted with a bench trial and a jury trial, and gained exposure to different styles of legal advocacy.

Caroline graduated from Loyola Law School, where she was a Loyola Scholar and the inaugural recipient of the John Mathews Disability Rights Endowed Scholarship. During law school, Caroline served as Chief Production Editor for Loyola’s Entertainment Law Review, participated in pro bono mediation clinics, and assisted Dean Michael Waterstone with research and initiatives for Loyola’s Coelho Center for Disability Law, Policy & Innovation. In her free time, Caroline enjoys arranging flowers and exploring the geology of California.


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

    Loyola Law School, J.D.

    University of Virginia, B.A.


    Hon. Michael R. Wilner
    U.S.D.C. Central District of California