Jareb Gleckel is a Staff Attorney at Hochheiser & Akmal. Mr. Gleckel is a litigator who concentrates on administrative law, unfair competition, beverage distribution, and general commercial litigation. He has published a number of law review articles and legal columns addressing the First Amendment, criminal procedure, and new food technologies including plant-based and cell-based meat. His most recent scholarship on labeling and advertising has been cited by a United States federal court in the Fifth Circuit, and his constitutional scholarship has been cited in testimony before the Connecticut General Assembly and the Australian Parliament.
Jareb graduated from Cornell Law School magna cum laude and Order of the Coif, where he was an editor of the Cornell Law Review and a co-president of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund. He was also an active participant in Cornell’s moot court program, placing second in the Faust F. Rossi Moot Court Competition (individual) and reaching the semi-finals of the Francis P. Cuccia Family Moot Court Competition (team).