- J.D., T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond (1981)
- B.A., University of Virginia (1978)
Courses Taught: Family Law, Family Law Practice, Juvenile Law Practice, Virginia Civil Procedure and Pre-Trial Practice
Professor McGlothlin, a native of Grundy, has extensive law practice experience. She first practiced as an associate with a Grundy law firm before forming her own law firm. She also has served as a member or officer of numerous community, regional, and state organizations, including as a member of ASL’s Board of Trustees and Dean’s Advisory Council, President of the Buchanan County Bar Association, a member of the Virginia Coalfield Regional Tourism Development Authority, Vice Mayor of Grundy, and a member of the Town Council.
- Virginia Practice: Civil Discovery (Thomson West 2005), co-author
- “No More ‘Rag Dolls in the Corner’: A Proposal to Give Children in Custody Disputes a Voice, Respect, Dignity, and Hope,” 11 Journal of Law and Family Studies 67 (2009)