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Glenn Schroeder

Glenn Schroeder

Senior Vice President and General Counsel

As Senior Vice President and General Counsel at ETS, Glenn C. Schroeder is responsible for overseeing all of the legal affairs of ETS. He also has responsibility over the Office of Professional Standards Compliance and the Office of Test Integrity.

Schroeder joined ETS in March 2005, serving as Senior Vice President and General Counsel-designate until his predecessor's retirement in June 2005.

Before coming to ETS, Schroeder had been a longtime partner with Preston Gates & Ellis LLP, based in Seattle. There, Schroeder's practice focused on intellectual property (particularly copyright and trademark issues), the Internet, video and computer games, and more traditional media/entertainment law.

From 2001 to 2003, Schroeder served a three-year term on the firm's Executive Committee. Additionally, he served in various administrative capacities, including the firm's Strategic Planning Task Force and Hiring Committee and as co-chair of its Diversity Committee. He also led the firm's entertainment transactional practice area. Before joining Preston Gates & Ellis in 1995, Schroeder served as General Counsel, Senior Vice President and Assistant Secretary for Community Television of Southern California, a nonprofit public-benefit corporation that owns and operates public television station KCET.

From 1979 to 1987, Schroeder was with Loeb & Loeb in Los Angeles, specializing in entertainment law. Schroeder has been an adjunct professor of copyright and entertainment law at Seattle University School of Law, Whittier Law School and Loyola Law School. He also has been a member of the Board of Trustees for the Education Law Center since 2009.

Schroeder earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in mathematics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and the University of Illinois, respectively. He earned his J.D. from Yale Law School, where he was senior editor for Yale Legislative Services.

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