Judge Glynn F. Voisin, J.D. graduated from Nicholls State University in 1970 and from Tulane University School of Law, with honors, in 1977. He is also a graduate of Louisiana State University Public Management Program, from which he received his Certificate of Supervisory Techniques and designation as a Certified Public Manager in 1998. He successfully completed requirements at the National Judicial College for Administrative Law in Fair Hearings, Judicial Writing and Judicial Ethics in 1992 and 1996. Judge Voisin has served as a Terrebonne Parish assistant district attorney, the Terrebonne Parish Chief Indigent Defender, a Louisiana assistant attorney general and 12 years as a Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Judge. He also has taught as an adjunct instructor at Nicholls State University.
Judge Voisin served 28 years in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, with four years of active duty and 24 years of reserve duty, including tours in Vietnam and Desert Storm. In 1997, he retired from the Marine Corps Reserve as a Lieutenant Colonel. Judge Voisin was appointed a federal administrative law judge (ALJ) in 2004. For the last 12 years, he has been assigned to the Social Security Administration (SSA), Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR), the largest trial-type judicial system in the world. He has conducted thousands of social security disability hearings in person and by video, in Louisiana and other states, utilizing innovative technology and has rendered dispositions in over 6000 social security disability cases. From 2005 to 2013, Judge Voisin served as Chief Administrative Law Judge for the New Orleans Hearing Office.