- Northeastern University School of Law, J.D.
- Boston College Carroll School of Management, B.S., Finance, cum laude
Andrew has an AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale Hubbell, the highest possible rating for ethics and legal ability. He is recognized in 2014 and previous years for exceptional standing in the national legal community in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for real estate. He also is recognized as a “Massachusetts Super Lawyer” in Real Estate based on a peer-review survey by Thomson Reuters.
Andrew serves on the faculty of Boston College (Carroll School of Management), Finance Department, where for 25 years he taught a course in real estate finance. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. Andrew has served Hebrew SeniorLife for the past twenty-five years. HSL is an organization comprised of 7-sites of senior health care, housing, research, training and education. HSL is a teaching affiliate of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the headquarters of the Harvard Medical School Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine. In addition, Andrew is on the Real Estate Committee at the United Way and he has previously served as a member of the Town of Sharon Zoning Board of Appeals as well as other boards related to additional business and charitable endeavors. Andrew is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, Commercial Mortgage Securities Association, the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks and the Boston Bar Association.
ANDREW I. GLINCHER, P.C.
Andrew Glincher is CEO and managing partner, leading 1,500 colleagues including more than 700 attorneys who collaborate across major practice areas in cities throughout the U.S. and with alliance firms around the world. A business and real estate attorney and professional and community leader with decades of legal, business and management experience, Andrew is known for being entrepreneurial and strategic with exceptional problem solving, consensus-building and negotiation skills, including an ability to structure successful and creative transactions and dispute resolutions.
What do you focus on?
In my role as CEO and managing partner, I help lead the management of firm assets, business and strategic initiatives. Our leadership team prides itself on being progressive and innovative—for both our clients and for ourselves—in a way that anticipates and captures opportunities; forecasts, prepares for and manages risks; overcomes obstacles; and maximizes results.
We’re not content standing still. We continually look at trends to proactively provide insights and make connections that help our clients succeed.
As a business and real estate attorney, business owners, asset managers, lenders, owners, developers, special servicers and professional service firms turn to me for help building a strategy to restructure, stabilize or maximize and capture the value of their assets. I’ve had great success developing client strategies for acquiring, managing and selling assets from $5M to billions of dollars. My ability to think creatively about complex situations has contributed to the success of numerous businesses including professional services firms and every kind of real estate asset class from retail centers to hotels and offices to multifamily developments, including seniors living and low-income housing on both a local and national scale.
What do you see on the horizon?
We’re living in a world of constant and rapid change. Today, our attorneys are moving beyond looking at precedent to predict what’s next. Increasingly we are innovators, leading the way by anticipating and capitalizing on future opportunities that contribute to our clients’ success.
- At Law Firms, Managing Partners Slow to Try Twitter
Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business | June 9, 2015
CEO and Managing Partner Andrew Glincher is highlighted in this article among legal industry leaders most active in social media.
- Nixon Peabody CEO: Focus on The Future, Not Precedent
Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business | June 5, 2015
CEO and Managing Partner Andrew Glincher authored this column discussing how the firm is approaching the future from a client perspective and internally.
- How to Give Regular Feedback and Still Get Work Done
Fast Company | April 21, 2015
CEO and Managing Partner Andrew Glincher is quoted throughout this article sharing best practices in leadership.