David V. George
Revision as of 14:46, 13 April 2012 by Katyfarrell
|David V. George|
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|Current Court Information:|
|Alaska First District|
|Appointed by:||Sarah Palin|
|Preceded by:||Larry Zervos|
|Law School:||University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 1974|
- Main article: Alaska judicial elections, 2010
- See also: Alaska Judges up for Retention Election in 2010
When he was being considered by the Judicial Council, David George chose to be interviewed privately.
Before becoming a judge, David George worked for and with a variety of employers and partners, as well as in his own private practice.
- From 1982-84, George was partner in a firm in Gwyne Oak, Maryland with David L. Allison.
- From 1979-81, he was employed by the partnership firm of Brad Brinkman and Tom Findley in Juneau, Alaska.
- From 1978-79, he was employed by the firm of Jim Peterson in Juneau, Alaska.
- From 1977-78, he was employed in Anchorage by the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission as a special assistant to Commissioner Allan Adasiak. As an assistant, he monitored legislation in the Alaska House of Representatives, drafted proposed legislative bills and commission regulations, and occasionally served as a hearing officer.
- From 1976-77, he was employed by Julian C. Smith, Ltd. in Carson City, Nevada.
- From 1973-74, he was employed by the State of Alaska through McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California.
- The California Bar
- The Nevada Bar
- The Alaska Bar
- He has served as a public member of the Alaska Board of Marine Pilots and on the Alaska Veterinary Board. 
- ↑ Current Alaska Judges
- ↑ Alaska Judicial Council, Press Release: "Judicial Council Recommends that Voters Retain 27 out of 28 Judges," July 5, 2010
- ↑ State of Alaska Division of Elections, November 2, 2010 General Election Candidate List
- ↑ GEMS election results: Alaska
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Alaska Judicial Council Application for Judicial Appointment, David Vaughn George, June 13, 2007