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Dorian Glover ’84

Dorian Glover ‘84 achieved his life-long dream of becoming a lawyer when he received his Juris Doctorate from Touro  College’s Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. He received the CALI award in academic excellence for his publication,  “Racism in American Law.” He is currently an Adjunct Professor at Touro College (Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law  Center) and is the first President of the Nassau County Bar in its long-standing history.

Dorian established The Law Offices of Dorian R. Glover in 1998, specializing in real estate, family/divorce,  criminal, wills, trusts & estates, and personal injury law.

He is an elected member of the Nassau County Bar Association and a believer in community service, Dorian has found a way to give back to the community. He has served as a mentor at the Jackson Main Elementary School, Malverne High School, and now serves as mentor and coordinator at Barack Obama Elementary School in  Hempstead. He has also served as the legal adviser for Valley Stream and Roosevelt High Schools, and as a judge in the New York State Mock Trial Competition.

Currently, Dorian is in line to be only the second African American to be elected as President of the Nassau County Bar Association in its 121-year history. As a member of the Bar he has served as an elected Director and as Chairman of the Nassau Bar Association Judicial Screening Committee.

His accomplishments include:

  • 2012 Director of the Year (Judiciary Committee)
  • 2013 Director of the Year (Membership Committee Co-Chair)
  • 2014 Appointed to the Grievance Committee to the 10th Judicial District
  • 2015 Nassau County Bar Assoc. Delegate to the NYS Bar Assoc.
  • 2016 Elected Secretary of the Nassau County Bar Association
  • 2017 Elected Treasurer of the Nassau County Bar Association
  • 2018 Elected Vice-President of the Nassau County Bar Association
  • 2019 Elected President-Elect of the Nassau County Bar Association
  • 2020 Elected President of the Nassau County Bar Association

He has received awards from the likes of Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillabrand, Governor Andrew Cuomo, NYC Mayors Michael Bloomberg and David Dinkins, and Nassau County Executive Laura Curran. He has received the American Flag flown during Operation Enduring Freedom in Kandahar, Afghanistan, and was recognized for his contributions to the City of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.

As a Prince Hall Mason, His achievements include Past Master of Doric Lodge No. 53 in Hempstead, N.Y.; Past High Priest of Royal Eagle Chapter No. 27; Past Eminent Commander of Gethsemane No. 3; Past Thrice Potent  Master and Past Most Wise and Perfect Master of L.I. Consistory No. 61. He is a Past Illustrious Potentate of Abu Bekr Temple No. 91. A.E.A.O.N.M.S. He has served in the highest appointed office of District Deputy Grand  Master, Fourth Masonic District.

Dorian received the 33rd and last Degree in 2006 and was elected Class President. From June of 2006 to 2010,  Dorian was elected to leadership positions within the Grand Lodge culminating with his ascension to the highest-ranking office, as he was elected the 56th Grand Master of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of New and was elected initially elected in 2012 and was re-elected in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

In 2016, Dorian was elected Vice President for the Conference of Grand Masters. In 2018, Dorian was elected President of the Conference of Grand Masters ranking him as one of the most influential officers among the leadership across the country, and was reelected in 2019.

Dorian was given the esteemed honor of having the street in front of the elementary school he attended, and mentors renamed Dorian R. Glover Way by the Village of Hempstead’s Mayor Wayne Hall, and Board of Trustees.

On Valentine’s Day of 2020, Dorian wedded the Hon. Linda K. Mejias ’97 at the Heritage Club in Bethpage.

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Law, Politics, & GovernmentSymposium Panelist 2021

Dorian Glover ‘84 achieved his life-long dream of becoming a lawyer when he received his Juris Doctorate from Touro  College’s Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. He received the CALI award in academic excellence for his publication,  “Racism in American Law.” He is currently an Adjunct Professor at Touro College (Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law  Center) and is the first President of the Nassau County Bar in its long-standing history.

Dorian established The Law Offices of Dorian R. Glover in 1998, specializing in real estate, family/divorce,  criminal, wills, trusts & estates, and personal injury law.

He is an elected member of the Nassau County Bar Association and a believer in community service, Dorian has found a way to give back to the community. He has served as a mentor at the Jackson Main Elementary School, Malverne High School, and now serves as mentor and coordinator at Barack Obama Elementary School in  Hempstead. He has also served as the legal adviser for Valley Stream and Roosevelt High Schools, and as a judge in the New York State Mock Trial Competition.

Currently, Dorian is in line to be only the second African American to be elected as President of the Nassau County Bar Association in its 121-year history. As a member of the Bar he has served as an elected Director and as Chairman of the Nassau Bar Association Judicial Screening Committee.

His accomplishments include:

  • 2012 Director of the Year (Judiciary Committee)
  • 2013 Director of the Year (Membership Committee Co-Chair)
  • 2014 Appointed to the Grievance Committee to the 10th Judicial District
  • 2015 Nassau County Bar Assoc. Delegate to the NYS Bar Assoc.
  • 2016 Elected Secretary of the Nassau County Bar Association
  • 2017 Elected Treasurer of the Nassau County Bar Association
  • 2018 Elected Vice-President of the Nassau County Bar Association
  • 2019 Elected President-Elect of the Nassau County Bar Association
  • 2020 Elected President of the Nassau County Bar Association

He has received awards from the likes of Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillabrand, Governor Andrew Cuomo, NYC Mayors Michael Bloomberg and David Dinkins, and Nassau County Executive Laura Curran. He has received the American Flag flown during Operation Enduring Freedom in Kandahar, Afghanistan, and was recognized for his contributions to the City of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.

As a Prince Hall Mason, His achievements include Past Master of Doric Lodge No. 53 in Hempstead, N.Y.; Past High Priest of Royal Eagle Chapter No. 27; Past Eminent Commander of Gethsemane No. 3; Past Thrice Potent  Master and Past Most Wise and Perfect Master of L.I. Consistory No. 61. He is a Past Illustrious Potentate of Abu Bekr Temple No. 91. A.E.A.O.N.M.S. He has served in the highest appointed office of District Deputy Grand  Master, Fourth Masonic District.

Dorian received the 33rd and last Degree in 2006 and was elected Class President. From June of 2006 to 2010,  Dorian was elected to leadership positions within the Grand Lodge culminating with his ascension to the highest-ranking office, as he was elected the 56th Grand Master of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of New and was elected initially elected in 2012 and was re-elected in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

In 2016, Dorian was elected Vice President for the Conference of Grand Masters. In 2018, Dorian was elected President of the Conference of Grand Masters ranking him as one of the most influential officers among the leadership across the country, and was reelected in 2019.

Dorian was given the esteemed honor of having the street in front of the elementary school he attended, and mentors renamed Dorian R. Glover Way by the Village of Hempstead’s Mayor Wayne Hall, and Board of Trustees.

On Valentine’s Day of 2020, Dorian wedded the Hon. Linda K. Mejias ’97 at the Heritage Club in Bethpage.