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Over 47 Years of Experience

Our History

The narrative of The Glenn Armentor Law Corporation intertwines deeply with the fabric of our community’s past and its promising future. Originating from humble beginnings as one of ten children in a family grappling with poverty, Glenn Armentor’s journey was shaped by hardworking parents who barely spoke English. With the help of a few kind strangers along the way, Glenn worked his way through law school, with the steadfast dedication to achieve great things.

Glenn founded the law corporation in 1977 with an unwavering resolve to champion the cause of accident victims, going against a system that favored powerful entities over ordinary citizens seeking justice. Glenn worked tirelessly to stop these powerful, politically influential companies that had been in control for years, and the firm grew.

Inspired by his upbringing and the generosity of strangers who shaped his path, Glenn Armentor has dedicated himself to assisting disadvantaged youth in the community. His commitment to aiding individuals with backgrounds akin to his own led to the establishment of the Glenn Armentor ‘Pay-it-Forward’ Scholarship Program. This initiative awards a select group of deserving high school students a $10,000 scholarship to pursue a college degree. Since its inception in 2010, the program has continued to impact numerous students annually, empowering them to pursue higher education and achieve their dreams.

From Boys’ Clubs and Boxing Clubs to Women’s Abuse Shelters, Glenn has dedicated his personal and professional life to making the community better, stronger, smarter, and healthier. At the center of it all, a law firm staffed with lawyers and legal professionals who share the same selfless commitment to making sure every client who enters is provided the passionate, zealous representation every American deserves.

Preservation and Renaissance

Good Hope Hall

Good Hope Hall, built circa 1880, one of Lafayette’s most precious historical buildings, was in danger of falling.

Growing up in the area, Glenn was well aware of the building’s rich history and wished to see it returned to its former glory. Glenn purchased the building and spearheaded its restoration, transforming it into the firm’s headquarters. A monument to legal rights and host to some of the greatest and most legendary African American musical artists, Good Hope Hall not only survived but thrived. Today, it is recognized as one of the most treasured landmarks in the South.

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