Priscilla George is an associate in the Riverside office. Ms. George assists the firm with a broad range of legal matters, representing public entities in litigation and transactional matters.
Her experience prior to joining the firm includes both private practice insurance defense and in-house representation, during which she used her litigation experience to counsel companies on methods to limit potential liability exposure in areas of labor and employment law as well as overall corporate governance. Ms. George has represented public entities, privately owned and publicly held companies, individuals, and multinational corporations. She has successfully defended claims in California state courts, federal district courts, appellate courts, before state and federal administrative agencies, and in arbitrations and mediations. Notably, Ms. George second-chaired three trials prior to joining the firm, ultimately obtaining favorable outcomes for her clients.
Ms. George received a B.A. in Communication, Magna Cum Laude, from California State University, San Marcos in 2011. She received her J.D., from Chapman Fowler School of Law where she served as a Legal Research & Writing and Legal Writing Skills Academic Fellow for two years. She was the recipient of a Merit Scholarship, Commitment of Public Service Award, and National Order of Scribes award for outstanding legal writing and professionalism. While attending law school, Ms. George gained broad legal experience serving as an extern for Superior Court of California, Orange County Judge James Di Cesare during which she researched and drafted “work ups” of motions, memoranda, and tentative rulings.