Meet The Team
OWNER - ATTORNEY
David Glickler is an aggressive, yet compassionate attorney with the experience needed to handle complicated cases. As a result of his experience as an Assistant Attorney General and as a judge, he has had the opportunity to cultivate unparalleled connections with many people in the legal community (judges, prosecutors, attorneys, etc.) across the state giving him access to a strong network of resources that he can put to use for you and your case. He is a problem solver with the ability to think outside the box and consider a case from all angles.
While attending Rutgers University, David made a perfect score on the LSAT (entrance exam for law school), a feat achieved by only 0.1% of those who take it. Because of this outstanding achievement, he received a scholarship to attend SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas, where he graduated and passed the bar in 1993. While in law school, David clerked for Burleson, Pate and Gibson, where he assisted in numerous jury trials, including two significant federal white-collar trials. He was also active in SMU’s criminal clinic, where he represented indigent defendants in several jury trials as lead counsel, obtaining acquittals in all cases.
After graduating, David worked as a law clerk at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA) for sixteen months. His work there included writing, reviewing, and researching important legal and constitutional issues. While serving with the CCA, David observed veteran attorneys arguing important constitutional matters on a weekly basis.
Following the clerkship, David joined the Williamson County Attorney's Office as an Assistant County Attorney. His primary responsibilities were misdemeanor prosecution and juvenile cases. During his six years working there, David took and passed the Criminal Law Specialization Exam, and has maintained his status as a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist since 1999. To be eligible to sit for this exam, David had to show that he met the requirement of having experience in a large number of criminal trials, court appearances and appellate cases. He easily met those qualifications.
In March of 2001, David was hired by then-Attorney General John Cornyn into the Special Crimes Division as a special prosecutor. David has handled hundreds of cases across the State of Texas, appearing in over 100 District Courtrooms and in Federal Court, seeking justice on behalf of all citizens of the State of Texas. In 2007, under Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, David was promoted to the position of Deputy Division Chief of the White-Collar Crime and Public Integrity Section, supervising as many as seven attorneys. He is widely considered an expert in gambling laws and other white collar crimes. He continued supervising the White-Collar Crime Section until taking office as Judge of Hays County Court at Law #2 in January 2015.
While serving as judge, David Glickler was honored to be able to preside over the Hays County Veterans Treatment Court. Because of his passion for helping those who have served our country, after taking over that court, Judge Glickler worked hard to successfully increase the number of troubled veterans whose lives were able to be turned around. He also worked with the Texas Veterans Commission to obtain grants that nearly tripled the budget of this court, at no cost to Hays County taxpayers. He recognizes the need for assistance for our veterans and continues to be supportive of the Hays County Veterans Court.
David Glickler was Board Certifed in Juvenile Law in 2001. Therefore as Judge of Hays County Court at Law #2, David also presided over all juvenile matters. He increased his experience, knowledge, and compassion for children in the juvenile justice system. He also presided over probate court where he gained valuable experience and knowledge of wills, trusts, and estate law.
After leaving the bench, David joined the John A Hall & Associates, PC Law Firm. He has had success defending adults and juveniles and increased his experience handling estates, probates and preparing wills and other estate documents. David also had the opportunity to help clients get fair recoveries after suffering personal injuries as a result of other's careless actions.
David is married to Nicole Cloutier, a Board Certified Advanced Paralegal. Together they have four children and two granddaughters. Three of their children graduated from Hays High School. One of their sons is a former Marine and their son-in-law is former Army.
In his leisure time, David enjoys concerts, watching sports, and traveling. Several years ago, he began a personal quest to learn more about our presidents and began reading presidential biographies.
•B.A., Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1990
•J.D., Southern Methodist University School of Law, 1993
Bar Memberships, Licenses and Certifications
•Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 1999 - Criminal Law
•State Bar of Texas, 1993 - Licensed to practice in all Texas State Courts
•Federal Court, Western District of Texas, 2014
•Federal Court, Eastern District of Texas, 2010
•Hays County Bar Association
• Judge, Hays County Court-at-Law No. 2, 2015-2018
* Presided over Hays County Veterans Treatment Court
• Texas Attorney General's Office, 2001-2014
* Deputy Division Chief, Section Chief, White Collar Crime and Public Integrity Unit, 2007-2014
* Assistant Attorney General, Special Crimes Division and Criminal Prosecutions Division, 2001-2007
• Assistant County Attorney, Williamson County, Georgetown, 1995-2001
• Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Research Attorney, 1993-1994
• President's Award, Texas Nurses' Association, 2012
• James Bower Scholarship, SMU School of Law, 1990-1991
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ryan Vickers handles a wide range of legal issues. His experience includes criminal law, estate planning, probate, family law, civil litigation, expungement proceedings, contract law, and general business law. His emphasis on preparation and diligence assures clients will receive reliable, knowledgeable representation.
Ryan Vickers began his legal experience while interning for United States Representative John Carter in his Washington, D.C. office. There he had the opportunity to weigh in on important agricultural legislation. Working there also gave Ryan the chance to help constituents understand the legislative process. These valuable skills allow him to help clients understand our often complicated legal system.
After his internship, Ryan's passion for the law was developed further when he worked as a legal assistant for an Equine Legal Services firm. He attended law school at St. Mary's University and was licensed as a lawyer in 2011.
Ryan served as a prosecutor for 4 years. During that time, he successfully prosecuted thousands of cases, misdemeanors and felonies, many through to trial. He also helped domestic violence victims secure protective orders. One particular point of pride for Ryan, was his work serving veterans. He had the opportunity to assist in the implementation of the Comal County Veteran's Treatment Court. He believes those who have fought for our freedom deserve our understanding and help when they transition back to civilian life.
Ryan is married to Lindsey and they enjoy spending time with their two dogs Gus and Doc, and Howie, their cat. They are heavily involved and supportive of therapeutic riding and volunteer with the Gold Stirrup Show at Rodeo Austin and Red Arena. Ryan also helps disadvantaged kids enjoy the outdoors through hunting and fishing with Operation Orphan. Ryan and Lindsey are also active members of the Caldwell County Cowboy Church. Ryan is a member of the Texas Aggie Bar Association and Hometown Networking of Kyle.
When he has time for himself, Ryan enjoys hunting, fishing, horses and rooting for his Fightin' Texas Aggies. He is also a history buff and is particularly interested in the Old West.
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•B.S., Texas A&M University 2006
•J.D., St. Mary's University School of Law, 2011
•State Bar of Texas, 2011 - Licensed to practice in all Texas State Courts
CHIEF LEGAL ASSISTANT
Kait grew up in a law enforcement family and has a passion for the legal field. She graduated with honors from Austin Community College with an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement in 2019. She then continued her education and graduated cum laude from Texas State University with her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement in 2021.
She began her career as a Legal Assistant in September 2020 with the John A Hall & Associates, PC Law Firm. She was instrumental in getting Glick Law & Associates off the ground and is now the Chief Legal Assistant. She is excellent at keeping everything running smoothly!
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Alexandra Williamson is a proven trial lawyer and a Central Texas native who works tirelessly to defend the constitutional rights of her clients. Alexandra prides herself in advocating for her clients to make sure their side of the story is told, and their rights are protected through every step of the judicial process.
Alexandra was a felony prosecutor for almost 10 years and was most recently the Chief of the Juvenile Division at the Hays County District Attorney’s Office. During her many years working in both Bexar and Hays County, she honed her expert litigation skills, handling thousands of both adult and juvenile criminal
cases from inception all the way to trial. She has also become one of the premier
juvenile attorneys in Central and South Texas, handling numerous juvenile murder and juvenile sexual assault cases.
Alexandra’s goal is to ensure that each of her clients gets the best possible outcome for his or her situation. She works diligently to analyze her clients’ cases, to negotiate with the State, and to counsel her clients on what they can expect. Alexandra is a zealous advocate for her clients and educates and guides them through a process that can be extremely confusing and scary. She would
be honored to represent you and to ensure that you are treated with dignity and
respect as you navigate the criminal justice system.
Glick Law and Associates is a firm dedicated to customer service. Many clients have chosen us because they desire a client focused attorney-client relationship
and attorneys who truly care.
Alexandra graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Washington, D.C. and went on to attend The University of Richmond School of Law with a scholarship. At Richmond Law, Alexandra was a semi finalist in a regional moot court competition, she received highest honors in her arbitration class, and was even hand-picked to travel to Vienna, Austria to represent the law school in an international arbitration competition.
Alexandra is a former Bexar County Felony Assistant District Attorney and a former Hays County District Attorney’s Office Felony level chief. As a prosecutor, Alexandra litigated cases in the areas of murder, manslaughter,
sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault of a child, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, aggravated assault, driving while intoxicated, family violence, burglary, theft, drug charges and more.
Outside of work Alexandra spends time with her family enjoying the outdoors and traveling.
•B.S., Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 2006
•J.D., University of Richmond School of Law, 2009
Bar Memberships, Licenses and Certifications
•State Bar of Texas, 2010 - Licensed to practice in all Texas State Courts
•Federal Court, Western District of Texas, 2019
YOUR LEGAL TEAM
Glick Law & Associates
A team working together to get great results
LEGAL ASSISTANT / INTERN
Alondra is currently attending Texas State University and has plans to attend law school after graduation. Our Spanish speaking clients will have the benefit of her ability to translate since she is bilingual.
Alondra is passionate about helping people while she assists our attorneys. Her professionalism and willingness to go the extra mile make her a great asset to our team.