Randall M. Glenn

Randy’s practice focuses on representing individuals and diverse public and private businesses in commercial real estate matters, general corporate matters, and business transactions.

Throughout his practice, Randy has represented clients in all aspects of the acquisition, disposition and financing of improved and unimproved commercial real estate as well as commercial leasing and lease enforcement/collection matters. In connection with his commercial real estate practice, Randy has negotiated and drafted – among various other instruments – development agreements, access and maintenance agreements, right of entry agreements and indefeasible right of use agreements. He has also rendered more than 1,000 title opinions.

Of particular emphasis in Randy’s commercial real estate practice is his work involving senior housing facilities. Over the past 15 years, Randy has represented developers, buyers, sellers, operators and lenders in all aspects of the acquisition, disposition, leasing and financing (including substantial HUD LEAN experience) of skilled nursing and assisted living facilities in transactions totaling more than $3 Billion. Randy’s practice also includes expertise with filing Change of Ownership (CHOW) applications so that clients’ entire transactional needs are met from start to finish with the regulatory agency that approves new owners and operators when nursing facilities are bought and sold.

Randy’s experience in corporate matters and business transactions includes representing parties in mergers and acquisitions, organizing and dissolving corporations, limited liability companies, and limited partnerships; and analyzing executive compensation issues, including those involving stock options. He also negotiates and drafts buy-sell agreements; independent contractor agreements; and patent, trademark and software license agreements. He has analyzed, negotiated, and drafted wholesale telecommunications services agreements; drafted state and federal trademark applications; and analyzed and drafted Uniform Franchise Offering Circulars and franchise agreements.


Randy is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, the State Bar of Texas, the American Health Lawyers Association, and the Travis County Bar Association.


  • Oklahoma, 1997
  • Texas, 1998


  • B.B.A., University of Oklahoma
  • J.D., University of Tulsa College of Law

Jennifer H. Rogers

Jennifer’s practice focuses on assisting clients who need help navigating regulatory issues related to licensure and certification of nursing homes in Texas. Working on a daily basis with representatives of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (“HHSC”), Jennifer enjoys opportunities to facilitate clients’ needs by working with the agency and its staff members in the spirit of cooperation and mutual resolution.

This most often includes the transfer of Medicaid beds between existing facilities, managing Medicaid beds for new facilities, waiver applications and oppositions, high occupancy increases, low occupancy decertifications, replacement requests, changes in floor plans, as well as regulatory deadlines associated with construction benchmarks. Jennifer is honored to have been invited by HHSC (formerly DADS) to participate as a member of the State’s regulatory Work Group convened in 2010-2013 and again in 2015 to help develop ongoing regulatory changes to the Medicaid bed rules.


  • Invited by HHSC (formerly DADS) to participate as a member of its regulatory Work Group convened to retool the regulations associated with Medicaid bed allocations in Texas, 2010-2015
  • Selected as Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, a philanthropic organization dedicated to supporting programs that encourage fair and equal justice, ethical practice of law, and legal assistance for needy and underserved populations in Texas, 2010-Present
  • Named “Rising Star” by Texas Monthly Magazine in 2008-2012 for lawyers under 40 (associated with the annual “Super Lawyers” edition) READ SUPER LAWYERS
  • Graduate of the Power Pipeline program, 2008 (associated with Leadership Texas, a program of the Foundation for Women’s Resources, the longest-running leadership program for women in the U.S.)


  • 2018-Present – Volunteer with Kairos Prison Ministry International (“Kairos”) bringing Kairos-based ministry to women’s prison facilities.
  • 2015-Present – Facilitator for The Institute for Racial Sobriety, certified to conduct “Racial Sobriety” workshops for schools, churches, civic groups, etc. that wish to improve racial harmony awareness and accountability in their communities.
  • 2005–Present — Board Member, Executive Committee Member, and Treasurer for the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition. TCJC is dedicated to fair and equal treatment for all people affected by the Texas youth and adult criminal justice systems, with an emphasis on policy reform, legislative action, and community-based programs to aid and empower individuals and families who are most often disenfranchised or disproportionately impacted by the current youth and adult systems. For more information about TCJC’s award-winning efforts and initiatives, please visit www.criminaljusticecoalition.org
  • 2011-2016 — Volunteer within the juvenile justice system working with incarcerated youth.
  • 2005-2011 – Volunteer member of the Certification Committee for the Southwest Minority Supplier Development Council to review applications by minority-owned businesses in central, south and southwest Texas to be formally certified by the SMDC.


  • Texas, 2000


  • B.S., Biology, University of Houston, 1994
  • M.S., Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Houston, 1997
    • Master’s Thesis: The Effects of Dissociation on Neural Specification and Determination
      in Xenopus Ectoderm
  • J.D., cum laude, University of Houston, 2000
    • Journal of International Law
    • Order of the Barons
    • Dean’s scholarship 1997-2000
    • Instructor for Kaplan’s LSAT preparation course 1998-2000
  • M.P.S., Master’s in Pastoral Studies, Loyola University (Distance-Learning Program), 2020
    • Institute for Ministry Scholar Award
    • Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society

Anna B. Trimble

Anna began her legal career at Jackson Walker L.L.P., where she focused on commercial real estate and lending transactions. Anna reunited with Randy Glenn and Jennifer Rogers, her former colleagues, when she joined Glenn Rogers, PLLC in 2014 in order to emphasize large-firm expertise with small-firm flexibility for the benefit of her clients.

Anna has extensive experience in all aspects of commercial real estate matters including acquisition, disposition, planning, development, financing, construction, equipment purchase and lease agreements and leasing of retail shopping centers, office projects, mixed use projects, and condominiums.

Anna has also developed niche expertise in estate planning, including assisting clients with matters related to wills, trusts, probate, intra-family transactions, and charitable giving.


  • Anna is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Bar Association and the Austin Bar Association.
  • In 2013, she was admitted to CREW Austin, Inc., the local chapter of CREW NETWORK, a business networking organization dedicated to supporting women in commercial real estate.


  • Texas, 2008


  • Anna earned her J.D. degree, with honors, at The University of Texas in Austin, where she was a Texas Endowed Fellow and served as an editor of The Review of Litigation.
  • She earned her B.A. in English, with honors, at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.