Glenn D. Storch was born in Jacksonville, Florida and raised in Tampa, Florida. Glenn received a B.A. degree in Political Science from the University of South Florida in 1977, and a J.D. degree from Stetson University College of Law in 1980. While at Stetson, Glenn served as Executive Editor of the Stetson Law Review, and published several works. After graduating from Stetson, Glenn worked as an Assistant State Attorney in the 18thJudicial Circuit and later became house counsel for The Deltona Corporation in Miami, Florida. Glenn entered private practice in 1984, and is the present owner of the land use/real estate firm Glenn D. Storch P.A. Glenn is a member of a number of community organizations, including Daytona Beach Rotary, the Civic League of the Halifax, and the Daytona Blues Festival, and has served on a variety of boards and committees over the last 30 years, including the Volusia County Charter Review Committee, River of Lakes Heritage Corridor Scenic Highway Committee, and Volusia County Council Smart Growth Committee. Glenn has been involved with a number of notable projects, including the Daytona Beach Hard Rock Hotel & Café, Venetian Bay Planned Development Community in New Smyrna Beach, and the award winning Farmton Local Plan, which preserved over 40,000 acres of land without any cost to the citizens of Florida. Glenn is married and the father of two adult children.

 

Corey D. Brown was born and raised in Seminole and Volusia County, Florida and now calls New Smyrna Beach his home. Having graduated with honors from Spruce Creek High School’s International Baccalaureate Program in 1998, and after earning the rank of Eagle Scout, Corey went on to attend Davidson College in North Carolina, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in History in 2002. After graduation, Mr. Brown explored several different career paths, attending classes at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design in Landscape Architecture and Duke University’s Graduate Program in History. He then entered Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville as a Florida Governor’s Merit Scholar, earning Book Awards in his Legal Research and Writing classes. Before graduating with a Juris Doctorate in 2008, Mr. Brown focused on areas of study including Land Use, Local Government and Environmental Law. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2009. Before entering practice, he interned for the Florida Attorney General’s Office, where he drafted appellate briefs for cases before the 5 th District Court of Appeals. Mr. Brown has also served as an aide to Congresswoman Suzanne Kosmas and was an Associate Attorney at Gornto & Gornto, P.A., Daytona Beach, where he practiced business and contract law, as well as estate planning. Since joining Glenn D. Storch, P.A. in 2012, Corey has won an award for pro bono work from Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida and has served on the Board of Directors of the Volusia County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division for two years.

 

A. Joseph “Joey” Posey, Jr.was born and raised in Port Orange, Florida and has been an active member of the Florida Bar since being admitted in 2014, at which time he joined Glenn D. Storch as an associate practicing Environmental, Land Use and Real Property Law. In 2008, Joey graduated from the Honors College at Daytona State College with an Associates of Arts degree and went on to attend the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando for undergrad. During his time at UCF, Joey was accepted into the prestigious UCF legislative scholars program where he worked with then Florida House Speaker Designate Dean Cannon in Tallahassee. Soon after working as a legislative scholar, Joey graduated UCF summa cum laude with Bachelor of Arts degrees in both history and political science. Joey then began a paid-internship with Dr. Dan Holsenbeck, Senior Vice President of UCF University Relations, and conducted graduate level course work toward a Master of Arts degree in political science at UCF. Half-way through his graduate work at UCF, Joey was accepted to the University of Florida (UF) Levin College of Law, and graduated cum laude in May 2014. During his three years at law school, Joey, concentrating his studies on Environmental, Land Use and Real Property Law, was a research assistant for Professor Mark Fenster, a legal clerk for Civil Circuit Court Judge Frances King in Ocala and a legal intern for Shayla McNeill, Utilities Attorney for Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU). Joey was also a member of the UF Law College Council, which controls funding for all extracurricular organizations within the law school, and competed as a member of the UF Moot Court Team in several competitions as both a coach and competitor.