The Glassey Smith Team has Over 20 Combined Years of Experience Litigating Auto Fraud and Lemon Law Cases Throughout California.


Sharon Glassey

Sharon E. Glassey received her undergraduate degree from California State University Fullerton (B.A., Criminal Justice, 1999). During her undergraduate study she served as a law clerk for Lemon Law attorney, Lawrence J. Hutchens. She received her law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law (J.D., 2002), where she received the Jefferson Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Media Law. While in law school she clerked for a San Diego Entertainment Law firm. Upon graduation from law school, she took an associate position with the firm of Rosner, Barry & Babbitt. She spent almost ten years there, before starting her own law firm. Mrs. Glassey’s practice focuses on auto fraud and Lemon Law cases.

Mrs. Glassey is a member of the State Bar of California and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Southern and Central Districts of California. Mrs. Glassey has been an active member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates and Consumer Attorneys of San Diego for 10 years. She is also an active board member for the San Diego Financial Literacy Center.


Christopher T. Smith received his undergraduate degree from Loyola University Chicago (B.S., Physics, 2000.) He received his law degree from the University of San Diego, School of Law (J.D., 2011). During law school he completed a judicial internship for the Hon. Judge Ronald Prager at the San Diego Superior Court. Prior to becoming an attorney he worked in the automobile industry for six years, which gives him unique knowledge of the industry and its practices.

Mr. Smith has provided training to the legal corps for both the U.S. Navy and Marines. Mr. Smith has presented at the Marine Corps Installations West Legal Assistance Conference, a three-day conference attended by attorneys from every Marine Corps base in California. In May of 2013, Mr. Smith, in association with the National Association of Consumer Advocates, presented "Military Servicemembers and Auto Fraud - How to be Successful Advocating for Those Who Serve Our Country" to a national audience. Mr. Smith also presented to a nationwide audience at the 2013 National Legal Aid Defenders Association Annual Conference.

Mr. Smith is a member of the State Bar of California, has been active in the San Diego County Bar Association, Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, the Consumer Attorneys of California, and the National Association of Consumer Advocates, and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern, Southern and Central Districts of California.