Michael’s practice of over thirty-four years focuses in the areas of corporate, healthcare and governmental law. Having studied intuitive counseling and mediation techniques for many years, he services clients from the unique perspective aimed at helping the client understand the adversarial situation they are encountering and the avenues of conciliation and closure available to them. He believes clients and attorneys should establish a working relationship based on honesty, integrity and openness.
His practice is aimed at helping others heal conflict and adversity with the end result of empowering others to move forward personally and professionally. His counseling technique aims to heal the adversarial nature of the client’s issue while helping clients respect the law and their ethical and moral obligation.
Michael began his legal career as an Assistant Counsel to Governor Thomas H. Kean, where he drafted legislation and executive orders. He later served as Appointments Counsel and the Governor’s legislative representative to the NJ General Assembly.
Michael is a member of the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and District of Columbia Bars. He is currently the commissioner of the NJ Sports & Exposition Authority and was a former Commissioner of the NJ Economic Development Authority, General Counsel to the NJ Highway Authority. In addition, he proudly serves as a board member of the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen for over twenty-five years. In 2011, Mr. Gluck was awarded the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the Kidsbridge Foundation.
Michael earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 1982. He received his law degree from Rutgers Camden School of Law in 1985 and received his doctorate in theology and integrated medicine from Holos University Graduate School in 2003. Mr. Gluck also completed his counseling program with the Institute of Science and Medical Intuition that same year. He is in the process of completing his first book on spirituality, ethics and honor for lawyers. He oversees the Gluck Family Foundation as its chairman, a private foundation that supports charitable organizations whose programs promote social change, advocate fairness, and equality for all. The organization raises funds by selling Professional Guidance Cards®, a deck of cards that helps promote contemplation and ethical decision-making during the workday. He is also on the National Leadership Council for Lamda Legal. Mr. Gluck has two fantastic sons, Alex and Matthew, whom he adores.