At a time when our legislature is divided, there’s an emerging consensus builder who is trained to offer solutions and deliver results … Brian Glorioso.

While attending LSU, Brian worked in state government. He saw firsthand the inefficiencies that lead to rising costs in state spending. It’s where he strengthened his resolve to support the old adage, “The government that governs least, governs best.”  

Brian earned his Bachelor’s Degree from UNO before attending Loyola Law School.  He worked his way through law school, teaching at St. Lawrence the Martyr Elementary School and clerking for the Louisiana Supreme Court. Following his graduation from Loyola Law School, Brian joined one of the oldest firms in Louisiana and managed some of the firm’s most complex litigation. As an attorney, Brian counseled the Fraternal Order of Police and represented over 100 deputies seeking fair pay for our first responders.

In 2006, Brian became a founding partner in the Slidell-based firms of Tonry, Brinson and Glorioso, and Patriot Title. Together the firms have excelled in real estate and business law. He has relied on law ever since to determine fairness and justice, and he’s been an advocate for ethics and professionalism in business and the court.

An independent voice for justice brave enough to challenge special interests, Brian serves as counsel for the St. Tammany Parish Coroner, and is leading the fight against national prescription opiate litigation to end the addiction crisis that threatens our nation. A true conservative, Brian will be an advocate for streamlining Louisiana’s budget to cut bureaucracy and wasteful spending. He’ll be a champion for common sense policymaking like saving TOPS, supporting business-friendly lawmaking to incentivize companies to relocate to Louisiana, and creating workforce training to make our state attractive to businesses seeking demand-driven skilled workers.

Born into a family with deep roots in military service, Brian embodies the values and ethics you would hope for in an elected leader. A devoted husband and father, a man of convictions and faith, Brian is a respected leader in the legal profession and the business community.  

About Brian Glorioso:

Education:
Graduate, Holy Cross High School
Attended, Louisiana State University
Graduate, University of New Orleans
Graduate, Loyola Law School, Juris Doctorate
Fellow, Loyola Institute of Politics

Professional:
St. Lawrence the Martyr, Teacher
Louisiana Supreme Court, Clerk
Guste, Barnett, and Shushan Law Firm, Associate
Degan, Blanchard, and Nash, Lead Attorney
Tonry, Brinson, and Glorioso, Founding Partner
Patriot Title, LLC., Founding Partner

Personal:
Married to the former Dawn Abney
Father of Elise and Dominic Glorioso

Community Service:
Lifelong registered Republican
St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church Parishioner
Tau Kappa Epsilon
UNO Alumni Association, Past President
UNO Foundation Board, Board of Directors
Ulster Project New Orleans, Team Leader
Republican Parish Executive Committee, Former Member
Industrial Development Board, Former Member
National Rifle Association, Member
East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce, Member

A resilient and ready leader with a genuine enthusiasm for our community,
Brian Glorioso is our best choice for the House of Representatives.