Bethany Peery Glandorf is a native Tennessean, born in Nashville and raised in Farragut, Tennessee, a suburb of Knoxville. Mrs. Glandorf attended the University of South Carolina where she was active in student government, volunteer projects, and as a student athlete. During her senior year of college, Mrs. Glandorf was awarded an internship in Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen’s Office. Mrs. Glandorf then attended the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. While a law student, Mrs. Glandorf interned at the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance and the Office of the Metropolitan Nashville Public Defender.
Bethany Peery Glandorf was admitted to the Tennessee Bar in November, 2008. Prior to becoming an associate at Widrig Law, PLLC in January 2011, Mrs. Glandorf worked for the State of Tennessee Department of Human Services as an Administrative Hearing Officer. Mrs. Glandorf is admitted to practice in all State Courts in Tennessee.
Mrs. Glandorf also serves on the Board of Directors for Autism and Behavior Services, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which provides a wide range of Applied Behavior Analysis services to individuals with learning or behavioral difficulties including those with autism and autism spectrum disorders and other behavioral or emotional problems.
- Juris Doctor, May 2008, University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Memphis, Tennessee
- Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Criminal Justice cum laude, August 2005, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina
- Member of the Tennessee Bar Association
- Member of the Tennessee Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Former Member of the American Bar Association
- Former Member of the Lawyers’ Association for Women