Aileen Glaeser is a trial attorney who practices in all aspects of civil litigation with a strong emphasis on residential and commercial construction defect litigation. She has successfully advocated for general contractors and subcontractors in litigation and arbitrations across the State of Texas in addition to successfully negotiating claims for her clients in an effort to avoid litigation. Aileen also represents a variety of clients in personal injury, products liability, and premises liability cases throughout Texas.

Aileen is a proud graduate of The University of Texas at Austin and is a product of the distinguished and nationally recognized Practice Court program at Baylor Law School. While at Baylor, Aileen was a member of the Baylor Barrister Society and the Judge Abner V. McCall American Inn of Court. She also was a chairperson for Adoption Day and assisted with Baylor’s Immigration Clinic. Aileen participated in several moot court competitions across the country as an advocate and brief writer for the Baylor Law School Advocacy Program.


  • Experience defending custom home builders and obtaining favorable judgments at arbitration.
  • Experience defending general contractors and various types of subcontractors in both commercial and residential litigation and
    arbitration involving foundation, stucco, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, geotechnical, flooring, masonry, framing, roofing, and mold issues.
  • Experience defending individual clients in motor vehicle accidents and obtaining favorable judgments at trial.

Honors & Awards

Honored as a Texas Rising Star in Construction Litigation as published in Super Lawyers and Texas Monthly magazines, 2023

Professional Affiliations


State Bar of Texas - Construction Law Section

Texas Exes Life Member

Baylor Law Alumni Association

Dallas Association of Young Lawyers (Leadership Class, 2022)

Dallas Bar Association

Association of Professional Women in Construction (APWC)

Dallas St. Thomas More Society



Baylor Law School, J.D., 2017

University of Texas - B.A., 2014


  • Texas Courts
  • United States District Court, Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
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