Vadim A. Glozman is an attorney at Edward M. Genson & Associates where he represents individuals and corporations facing state and federal prosecution, focusing on white collar and major felony criminal defense, civil and criminal asset forfeiture, and appellate representation.
Mr. Glozman assists in the aggressive defense of the firm’s clients in complex federal matters including conspiracy, mortgage fraud, health care fraud, bank fraud, mail/wire fraud, theft of trade secrets, and public corruption, as well as providing zealous advocacy for those charged with drug crimes, violent crimes, theft, weapons charges, and various other state charges. Mr. Glozman represents clients throughout all stages of litigation including grand jury investigations, verdicts, sentencing, and appeals. He understands that no two cases are alike and provides an individualized assessment and approach to every case he handles in order to ensure the best possible outcome for his clients.
Mr. Glozman’ has represented individuals from all walks of life including businessmen, doctors, lawyers, and political figures, among many others. Whether representing a high-profile or indigent client, all are represented with an equal vigor and tenacity. Mr. Glozman works closely with clients to effectively develop a defense strategy and makes sure they understand how to best protect their rights.
Mr. Glozman is a graduate of The John Marshall Law School, where he was a member of the Dean’s List and earned a Certificate in Trial Advocacy. During school, Mr. Glozman served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Nathaniel R. Howse, Jr. at the Illinois Appellate Court – First District where he drafted opinions regarding the constitutionality of the controversial Unlawful Use of Weapon statute.
2018 Rising Star – Illinois Super Lawyers
2017 Emerging Lawyer – Leading Lawyer Network
2017 National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 – Criminal Defense
2017 “10 Best Attorney” – American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys
The U.S. Sentencing Commission’s War on Drugs
American Bar Association, Criminal Litigation, Summer 2014, Vol. 14, No. 3
Luis v. United States and the Future of Federal Forfeiture Reform
American Bar Association, Criminal Litigation, Fall 2017, Vol. 17, No. 1
Leadership and Professional Affiliations:
American Bar Association, Criminal Litigation Committee, Young Lawyers Subcommittee, Co-chair
Chicago Bar Association, Criminal Law Committee
Illinois State Bar Association
Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys
The John Marshall Law School, Young Alumni Council
Supreme Court of Illinois
Northern District of Illinois – Trial Bar
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
Central District of Illinois
Eastern District of Missouri