Jessica Glitz grew up in San Antonio, Texas and attended Texas Tech University earning a bachelor’s degree in political science with honors. She went on to attend Texas A&M University School of Law (formerly Texas Wesleyan School of Law). In law school, Jessica pursued several internships with different non-profit organizations, including the Human Rights Initiative. After graduating and practicing various types of law, Jessica found her place in the personal injury and mass tort field in 2015. She continued her volunteer efforts at the Human Rights Initiative representing asylum seekers in Dallas, Texas and as a CASA volunteer. Jessica has been practicing law in Mass Torts for the past six years, with her primary focus on pharmaceutical and medical device litigation. Jessica currently sits on the Cordis IVC Filter Plaintiff Steering Committee.