Glen Cook | Salt Lake City Social Security Lawyer
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National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, Member, 1993 - Present
National Organization of Social Security Representatives
Utah Trial Lawyers Association
Phi Eta Sigma
A Summary of Utah Corporate Law (With Others) Brigham Young University
Utah Women and the Law (Contributor), 1991
Journal of Legal Studies, 1983
Practice Area: Criminal Defense
Description: The attorneys of Cook, Skeen & Robinson obtained an acquital in a DNA cold case. Mr. Cook handled the DNA expert cross-examination. You will occasionally see the documentary of this case on national cable television channels.
|Honors & Awards:|
Senior Judge Advocate's Commendation, 1991
Honor Grad. (1 in Class) US Navy Officer Indoctrination School, 1981
Alumni Development Fund Scholarship, University of Oklahoma, 1975 - 1976
Ewing Fellow, University of Oklahoma, 1976
International Rotary Scholarship to Aberdeen University, Scotland
AV rated, Martindale-Hubbell
Mr. Cook serves clients in Salt Lake City and the Intermountain West in cases involving Social Security Disability(SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Benefits.
Additional Appointments Available.
No fees or costs unless you collect benefits. We put this in writing and file it in your Social Security file. Call 801-261-0674 to schedule your free consultation today!
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|Additional Info:||A former attorney for the Social Security Administration, Glen Cook has over 30 years legal experience|
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