Bryce Glarborg was born in Ontario, Oregon. Throughout his childhood he grew up in various locations across the Treasure Valley including Caldwell, Nampa, Weiser and Parma Idaho. He graduated from Weiser High School in 2008 where he was on the drumline with the marching band, on the golf team all four years and on the football team for two years. After graduating high school, he attended Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Oregon for one year where he played on the golf team. The following year, he transferred to the University of Idaho where he spent two years then transferred to Boise State University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2013. After graduating from Boise State University, he had several jobs that include being a sales associate for Home Depot, dry wall work, delivering building materials for Ontario Building Center, ranch work, and training horses.
After working these jobs, he went back to my original plan old which was to attend law school and become an attorney. Bryce was inspired at a young age to become an attorney as his mother was a prosecutor for 17 years. Since the age of 16 it has been his passion to become a criminal defense attorney with the primary goal of spotting and stopping bad or corrupt tactics by law enforcement used to secure convictions that otherwise would not be possible. Police officers and other members of law enforcement will not change their law enforcement or investigation tactics until someone holds them to a higher standard. In May 2019, Bryce graduated from Concordia University School of Law in Boise, Idaho where he completed over 50 hours of pro bono legal services including several Veteran Wills Clinics, Idaho Trial Lawyers Association Street Law Clinic, Immigration Clinics, and Housing Clinic.