Casco Bay Law's attorneys are focused on estate planning, business law, probate matters, family law, and providing an exceptional experience for every client.
Jenna M. Glenn, Esq., M.B.A.
Jenna M. Glenn is the owner of Casco Bay Law, PLLC. Her practice includes estate planning, estate administration and probate, and various business matters including data privacy, technology, intellectual property (trademarks and copyright), and business management.
Jenna received her law degree from the University of Maine School of Law, received her MBA from the University of Tennessee at Martin, and received her undergraduate degree in business administration from Lee University. While in law school, she worked as a student attorney in the law school’s Center for Law + Innovation, assisting clients with trademark matters as well as constructing terms of service and privacy policies for websites. She also is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPT and CIPP/US).
Jenna’s professional background prior to law school was primarily in the credit union industry where she began as a teller and worked her way though data processing conversions, managing technology projects, and managing branches to become a vice president in charge of collections as well as consumer, real estate, and commercial lending. She remains active within the credit union industry as an advocate for its cooperative business model and its commitment to offer the latest and best products and services in an environment that feels like visiting a neighbor.
Jenna carries this relationship-based philosophy into her practice of law. She says, “combining my years of experience in financial services, business management, and problem solving with my legal expertise brings maturity and direction for counseling and helping those I serve”.
Outside of work, Jenna enjoys spending time reading, writing, and all things music. She also enjoys working on any project with her husband, Gary.
Cora K. Best, Esq.
Cora's practice focuses on Business Law, Estate Planning, and Probate Administration.
Cora's experience growing up on a family ranch in Montana shapes her approach to the law, and her relationship with clients. Cora knows firsthand the passion and determination it takes to make a successful business thrive. Before becoming a lawyer, Cora worked with small, locally-owned businesses, as well as an international non-profit organization. As a law student, Cora worked as a Student Attorney assisting small businesses and non-profits with a range of issues.
Cora also understands how family dynamics can impact everything from business decisions to estate planning. So she works with families and individuals to craft estate plans to fit their needs.
When not practicing law, Cora can be found exploring the Maine outdoors, planning home remodeling projects, and trying out new recipes on her friends.
Nicole Gray, Esq.
Nicole’s practice focuses on civil litigation, including divorce and family law, as well as business transactions, including contract drafting and review.
Nicole is a graduate of the University of Maine at Orono where she concentrated on economics and international relations. She received her Juris Doctor degree at The University of Maine School of Law.
Nicole's interest in international matters and economics continued while in law school. She was the recipient of the Faculty Scholastic Achievement Award for International Law. She also was awarded the CALI Excellence Award for Commercial Law. Lastly, Nicole spent two of her three years in law school working on issues of terrorism as a professor's research assistant.
Nicole has worked as in-house counsel for a multinational retail grocery chain conglomerate and Fortune 500 Company. She counseled internal business personnel on intellectual property, privacy, and contract law matters. In addition, Nicole has performed pro bono work on matters of immigration, foreign direct investment, and oil and gas development.
Nicole takes a traditional view of the lawyer's role. She is a counselor to each client she represents. She believes a lawyer's role is to help individuals avoid legal conflict when possible. If not possible, she then seeks remedy in the rule of law and the courts. She believes the professional relationship between counselor and client is of the greatest importance and is willing to take the time necessary to meet a client's needs.
Nicole is admitted to practice in Maine and Massachusetts.