Associate Solicitor

Glenn Cook

  • Criminal Defence

Qualifications and Study Experience

Glenn graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne before completing the Legal Practice Court at the University of Law, York.


Work Experience

Following on from university Glenn secured accreditation in police station representation, Magistrates Court duty qualification and accreditation to the Mental Health Tribunal Panel.  He has worked as a qualified solicitor in the West Midlands / Black Country and Staffordshire areas

These experiences have provided invaluable knowledge in the link between representing client’s accused of criminal allegations and the impact of mental health difficulties.  Since 2017 Glenn achieved accreditation as a Higher Court advocate and regularly represents clients in the Crown Court and the Court of Appeal.

Glenn Joined Waldrons Solicitors in 2016 and since has continued to develop and grow his experience in representing clients within criminal proceedings ranging from minor offences to very serious offences including murder.  In addition Glenn has developed and grown an interest and expertise in representing client’s prosecuted for offences prosecuted by the RSPCA.


External Mentions

Glenn qualified as a Solicitor in 2007; he is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and is a member of the Law Society for England and Wales


Personal Info

Outside of work Glenn is a keen hiker and in 2022 completed the challenge of the Tour de Mont Blanc.  Regularly on a weekend Glenn can be found hiking a mountain.  The next adventure for 2023 is kayaking and wild camping over the Lofoten islands in Norway

When on flatter ground Glenn enjoys playing cricket (badly) and football (equally badly)!  He is a lifelong supporter of Scunthorpe United but please don’t hold that against him it was where he was born!

He enjoys music and attends as many gigs as he can.  When having a rest he enjoys reading (normally crime books or psychological thrillers).