For many years, M. Glenn Curran, III, practiced law with the same group of attorneys since he graduated from law school. He originally clerked for and then became an associate with McCune Hiaasen Crum Ferris & Gardner. In 1986, he left with seven other attorneys to form the Fort Lauderdale office of one of the country's largest national firms: Finley Kumble Wagner Heine Underberg Manley Meyerson and Casey. In 1988, he left Finley Kumble staying with the original group of attorneys who formed it to form their new firm: Heinrich Gordon Batchelder Hargrove Weihe & Gent.
After becoming a partner in Heinrich Gordon, in February of 1994, he left the firm to form Curran & Curran in order to be more available and personally responsive to his clients' needs. Though they had never practiced together before, he partnered with his father, Marshall Curran, Jr., -- another top-rated trial attorney practicing in South Florida since 1955. Several years ago, however, Marshall left the practice of law to pursue . . . retirement!
After practicing as Curran & Curran for several years, Glenn Curran joined together with another second generation Florida attorney, Christopher Niles, to form Curran & Niles. Mr. Niles retired and the firm eventually became the Curran Law Group.