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Glenn Harlan Reynolds, American law educator, blogger. Bar: Tennessee 1985, District of Columbia 1986. Recipient Outstanding Service award Space Cause, Washington, 1990, Harold C. Warner Outstanding Faculty award, Space Pioneer award by National Space Society, 1991, W. Allen Separk Outstanding Faculty Scholarship award, 1998; nominee WIRED magazine RAVE award, 2005; named one of Top 25 Web Celebs, Forbes magazine 2006, 2007.


Reynolds, Glenn Harlan was born on August 27, 1960 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Son of Charles Harlan Reynolds and Glenda Lorraine (Teal) Childress.


Bachelor, University Tennessee, 1982. Juris Doctor, Yale University, 1985.


Law clerk United States Court Appeals, Nashville, 1985-1986. Associate Dewey, Ballantine, Bushby, Palmer & Wood, Washington, 1986-1989. Associate professor law University Tennessee, Knoxville, 1989-1996.

Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished professor law University Tennessee College Law, Tennessee, since 1996.


  • Bar: Tennessee 1985, District of Columbia 1986.


  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Outer Space: Problems of Law and Policy, 1989, 97, An Army of Davis:How Markets and Technology Empower Ordinary People to Beat Big Media, Big Government, Business and Society, 2006. Co-author (with Peter W. Morgan) The Appearance of Impropriety: How the Ethics Wars Have Undermined American Government, Business and Society, 1997. Supervising executive editor, Pajamas Media.

      Contributing editor, TechCentralStation. Com. Maintains blog site, Instapundit.

      Com. Co-founder (record company) WonderDog Records.


Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Space Society (chair legislation committee 1989-1993, Chief Executive Officer 1994-1995), Governor Juvenile Justice Reform Commission, 1997-1999, White House Advisory Panel on Space Policy.


  • Other Interests



Married Helen Smith; one child.

Charles Harlan Reynolds Childress

Glenda Lorraine (Teal) Childress

Helen Smith