Jacqueline Glennon


Jacqueline is a member of the Health Care & Life Sciences group and has experience assisting providers in payer reimbursement disputes, regulatory compliance matters, facility licensure and related regulatory matters, and health care related transactions. She also has experience drafting motions for pending litigation, arbitration, and mediation, as well as conducting research in preparation to advise clients, and navigating newly passed cannabis legislation.

Prior to joining Cozen O'Connor as a summer associate, she was a legal intern at the National Institute for Reproductive Health, where she conducted research regarding reproductive-related legislation and proposed legislation nationwide, conducted research on the history of reproductive legislation in the United States, and drafted legal memos regarding distinct legal questions that implicate reproductive rights. Jacqueline also participated in the Safe Harbor and Brooklyn Law Incubator & Policy clinics at Brooklyn Law School. She was also a judicial intern for the Honorable Joan A. Madden, New York State Supreme Court.

Prior to beginning her legal career, Jacqueline worked in the entertainment industry as a talent buyer, agent assistant, and DJ in New York.

Jacqueline earned her bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Binghamton University and her law degree, magna cum laude, from Brooklyn Law School.



Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Support Critical Voting Rights Cases

November 01, 2022

We celebrate National Pro Bono Week by sharing the high-impact work of Cozen O’Connor attorneys who have contributed to critical voting rights cases.


CMS Issues Final Rule Impacting Prior Authorization Process [Health Law Informer Blog]

January 24, 2024

Last week CMS issued its final rule "CMS Interoperability and Prior Authorization" (CMS-0057-F), unchanged from its proposed rule in 2022, which addresses prior authorizations. Prior authorization, a "utilization management" technique, requires a health insurer to consent to a doctor’s proposed...

New York May Be Paving the Way for State-level Cybersecurity Regulations on Health Care Facilities [Health Law Informer Blog]

November 28, 2023

Last month, a cyberattack forced two New York hospitals to divert and even discharge some patients to other facilities, while the affected hospitals shut down their IT systems to address the issue and restore their secure network. [cite] In the wake of this event, New York Governor Kathy Hochul has...

Provider Charged with Receiving and Paying Millions in Kickbacks in Connection with Sober Homes [Health Law Informer Blog]

September 22, 2023

On Friday, September 15th, the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts (United States) and the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (Massachusetts) filed a joint complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts against a...

UnitedHealthcare’s Changing Approach to Prior Authorizations [Health Law Informer Blog]

July 13, 2023

Prior authorizations, one of health insurers’ many “utilization management” techniques, is a hot topic amongst practicing physicians, patients, and regulators, to name a few. The prior-authorization process requires a health insurer to consent to a doctor's proposed course of treatment for a...

HHS Proposes $9 Billion Lump Sum Payment for Hospitals to Remedy Unlawful 340B Payment Reductions [Health Law Informer Blog]

July 10, 2023

On Friday, July 7, 2023, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) published their long-awaited proposed remedy to the unlawful 340B drug payment reductions. Background: In 2018, CMS significantly reduced the Average Sales Price (ASP) plus six-percent (6%) formula for calculating...

A Look At Drawbacks Of Insurers' Prior Authorization Process [Law360]

April 13, 2023

Jacqueline Green authored an article examining the drawbacks of the prior authorization process used by insurance companies.

Cannabis-Impaired Driving Laws Must Balance Liberty, Safety [Law360]

August 10, 2022

Jacqueline Green authored an article in Law 360 in which she discusses the recently introduced Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act.

Two Politicizations of U.S. Antitrust Law

December 30, 2020

Jacqueline Green published an article in the Brooklyn Law Corporate Journal in which the co-authors discuss the U.S. antitrust policy from 2017 to 2021.

Events & Seminars

Past Events

Health Law 2024

December 05, 2023 - Philadelphia, PA

Industry Sectors


  • Brooklyn Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, 2021
  • Binghamton University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2014
  • New York
  • Georgia