PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS and PRESENTATIONS

  • Series editor, quarterly articles on Texas judges, Jefferson County Bar Journal, 2005-present, ongoing, received Best Series of Articles-Feature/General Interest, Division III for Texas judges series by Texas State Bar, 2015
  • Mediation techniques seminars/presentations for Jefferson County Bar Association, other Bar and civic associations
  • Ethics in Mediation, Southeast Texas Association of Paralegals, Fall 2014
  • Challenges and Opportunities in ESL Training, research, submitted article/booklet, Lamar University, Spring-Fall 2014
  • Touching Students’ Lives in the Age of Globalization: The Importance of Internationalizing Business Education, co-author, SWBATC (Southwest Business Administration Teaching Conference), Fall 2014
  • The Englishnization of Business: Does this Help or Hinder Teaching Global Business?, co-author, Education magazine, accepted for publication 2014
  • “Settlement and Mediation Ethics” Ethics Extravaganza, Jefferson County Bar Association, Fall 2011 & Spring 2014
  • Irony, Ethics and Our Place in the World, Celebrate Pro Bono Week, Jefferson County Bar Association, Fall 2011
  • A Discussion of International Law in Canada, Australia, U.S., Michelle Mehaffy Inn of Court, Fall 2011
  • 10 Do’s and Don’ts of Negotiation, Jefferson County Bar Association, Fall 2011
  • Negotiation Training classes for major trial defense firms in Beaumont, Houston, Austin, etc., Spring 2011, Spring 2012
  • Enhancing Presentation Skills, Passport Through Lamar Seminar Series, Fall 2011
  • Building the Mediation Career You Want, TAM 2011 Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, Texas Mediators Association, paper at S-6.5, Feb 2011
  • Achieving a Happy Ending Without Transformation, TAM 2010 Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, Texas Mediators Association, paper at S-3.3, Feb 2010
  • Building Personal Relationships, Benzene Litigation Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, Harris Martin Publishing, Dec 2009
  • How to Build Your Mediation Practice, TAM 2009/2010 Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, Texas Mediators Association, paper at S-4.2, Feb 2009/S-4.3, Feb 2010
  • A Significant Life (Keynote Address), Texas State Bar Leaders Conference, State Bar of Texas, Houston, Texas, July 2007
  • Successful Mediation: Gentle Persuasion, Seminar of the Century, Jefferson County Bar Association, Feb 2007
  • Communication & ADR, Concurring Opinions, JCYLA, Feb 2005
  • Mediatee as Satisfied Customer, Alternative Resolutions, Jan-Mar, 2004
  • South Texas College of Law Legal Training for Bondsmen: People Power: Hot Skills, Cold Vignettes, Texas Bail Bond Course, South Texas College of Law, Nov 2003 (paper & presentation)
  • Speaker, Black Robe Annual Meeting Honoring Judges, East Texas Bench Bar Association, May 2003
  • Distinguishing Mediators, The Texas Mediator, Volume 18, Number 4, Winter 2003
  • Mediation in the Trenches: What Makes a Satisfied Mediatee?, Osgoode Hall School of Law, York University; Canada, 2002
  • Speaker/facilitator for St. Mary’s University Law School CLE Ethics Training Seminar, 1999
  • Paper delivered to Educators Legal Rights Seminar at Southern Methodist University Law, 1980’s
  • Author of Sales Training Manuals for national companies such as Sally Beauty Supply, REMCO, BBS division of Alcon Laboratories, etc, 1970’s -1980’s, 1990’s

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

1958-1967 Full time University/Law student, direct sales and managerial responsibilities; 1968-current Attorney and Professional Speaker; 1989-1990 Merger-Doctor, Securities Industry, Financial Concept Group, Toronto, Canada; 2001 Faculty of Family Law Certification training program for Mediator Advanced Accreditation; 2001-2002 Faculty Texas Bail Bond College, South Texas College of Law; 1972-1985 & 1999-2014 Adjunct Professor Lamar University: Business Law, Mediation, Philosophy, Ethics, and Dispute Resolution (graduate/undergraduate); 2006 Outstanding Faculty Award, Dept. of Accounting & Business Law, Lamar University; 2015 Inducted into Beta Xi chapter (Lamar University) ofPhi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars; 1980’s faculty of Jefferson County Dispute Resolution Center, Mediator Training.

PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING

Over the last 6 decades Mr. Glasscock has delivered 2,500-plus paid motivational, educational, and training presentations. Mr. Glasscock is included in dedication entitled “The Greatest Speakers of the Second Half of the Twentieth Century” archived at the University of Wyoming’s American Heritage Center (one of the five largest film memorabilia libraries in the world) for his video presentation “Good Morning, Great Day.” His training and motivational programs ranked with those of Zig Ziglar, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, Jesse Owens, and are distributed worldwide; 1974-present Founding Charter Member of National Speakers Association, designated a Certified Speaking Professional; 1986-1988 Part-time humorist and commentator on National Public Radio KVLU, Beaumont, Texas; 1980’s business videos “interpersonal Relationships-Building Trust” and “The Three Major Skills of the Super Achievers”

Recent speaking presentations are given below.

SPEAKER      AUTHOR      TEACHER

Kip Glasscock, P.C.

"I just want you to know that I assign a personal essay for my students  to tell me a bit about themselves each semester. One of my questions  is "What is your favorite class/professor and why?" You should know  that you are probably the most frequently referenced professor.  Students love your class, and I'm so glad I had a chance to take it to  understand why."

"Thanks for all you do to make the class interesting and fun... It truly is my favorite class this semester."

"I have had the privilege of working with Kip several times on the speaker's platform. On each occasion he delivered a powerful and encouraging message with great enthusiasm and effectiveness. He knows what he is doing and he loves what he is doing."

"I would never want to miss the opportunity to hear Kip speak.  One never knows what he will say--regardless of the topic--but you know it will be interesting.  In fact, I would be surprised if he is not the most interesting keynote speaker at the luncheon."

"You did an outstanding job. I was there all morning and continued to hear good comments about your message AND delivery."