Judge Tamecia Glover, a native Houstonian raised in Alief, has a remarkable academic and professional background. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Houston and graduated from the University of Houston Law Center and Bauer College of Business’s Doctor of Jurisprudence/ Master of Business Administration dual degree program, completing it in just three years. Her achievements are a testament to her dedication and hard work.

During her law school tenure, Glover demonstrated her leadership skills by serving as the President of the UHLC Student Bar Association and the President of the Black Law Students Association. She also played a pivotal role in chartering the University of Houston’s Black Business Students Association for graduate students and acted as the student liaison for the JD/MBA program, showcasing her ability to lead and bring about positive change.

Also, while in law school, Governor Rick Perry appointed Glover to the University of Houston System Board of Regents for a one-year term as Student Regent, where she served as a member of the Academic and Student Success and the Audit and Compliance Committees.

Glover’s active involvement in UHLC and Bauer led to her receiving the 2012 Distinguished Service Award and being named the first Graduate Student Leader by the University of Houston. Classmates also elected Glover to be the class speaker for the UHLC 2012 Graduating Class.

Judge Glover began her legal career as a Civil Litigation Associate before joining the Fort Bend County Attorney’s Office as an Assistant County Attorney. Her practice spanned a broad range of areas, including civil litigation, ordinance regulation, mental health, eminent domain, and employment matters. Glover’s legal career is preceded by ten years in financial services and accounting, primarily in the real estate and property management industry.