Judge Pandora Jones-Glover to speak during Lunch and Learn Training Session

Thursday, August 27, 2009

On Thursday, Aug. 27, 2009 at noon in the Staley Hall Auditorium, Judge Pandora Jones-Glover will serve as keynote speaker during the “Lunch and Learn” training session. Her topic will be: “Disability Law and Higher Education.”

An initiative of the Disability Enhancement program at SC State, the “Lunch and Learn” training session is designed to increase the awareness and support of faculty, staff, and administrators, to meet the academic needs of students with disabilities. The program assists with the development, training, and technical assistance of students, along with providing valuable and resourceful teaching methods to enhance student achievement.

Jones-Glover was admitted to the South Carolina Bar Association in January 2001. She began her legal career as the law clerk for the Honorable Clifton Newman of 3rd Judicial Circuit. In March 2002, she began working as an assistant solicitor for the 1st Judicial Circuit. Jones-Glover was then promoted to first assistant solicitor in February 2004.

On July 1, 2004, she was appointed by Governor Mark Sanford to fill the unexpired term of Judge Vivian
Ross-Bennett. Jones-Glover was sworn in as Orangeburg County Probate Judge on July 9, 2004, by the Honorable Clifton Newman of 3rd Judicial Circuit.

Jones-Glover received her bachelor of arts degree in History and Political Science from Clemson University and her juris doctorate from the University of Arkansas-School of Law. While at the University of Arkansas-School of Law, she served as the president of the Black Law Students Association, clerk of the Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, member of the Public Interest Law Foundation, and federal judicial extern for the U.S. District Court, Western District of Arkansas.

Jones-Glover is a member of the Orangeburg County Bar Association, South Carolina Bar Association, American Bar Association, National Bar Association, and the South Carolina Association of Counties.

She is married to Kenneth Glover of Orangeburg, S.C. and the proud mother of three boys.