Helping You Reclaim the Power.
Joseph C. George, Jr.
California Attorney for Victims/Survivors of Child Abuse and Victims/Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Joseph George, Jr. moved to California to attend the University of California at Davis, where he studied psychology and communications (double major) and graduated in 1995. Joe Jr. studied law at the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. While attending McGeorge, he earned a Certificate in Governmental Affairs, Honors in Trial Advocacy, and was on the Dean’s List. He graduated in 1998.
After passing the California Bar Exam, Joe Jr. began his legal career as a Deputy District Attorney in Yolo County. As a prosecutor, he gained significant litigation experience, trying cases in front of both juries and judges.
In 2001, Joe Jr. entered private practice and since 2003 has represented victims and survivors of childhood sexual abuse. In 2012, Joe Jr. attended and graduated from Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College (a 25-day intensive residential trial college in Wyoming). Joe Jr. was invited to join the faculty of the Trial Lawyers College faculty and since 2018 has taught at the Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming and its related regional seminars.
Joe Jr. is an active cyclist, marathoner, and angler. He has volunteered as an adult literacy tutor and for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Call the Joseph George Jr. Law Corporation today at (916) 623-4914 and schedule a free consultation.
Honest CommunicationWe value each of our clients; everyone deserves respect and clear communication. We never leave our clients in the dark.
Well-Rounded TeamAttorney Joseph George Jr. is a former deputy district attorney; Attorney Maricar Pascual was the national champion in appellate advocacy.
Decades of ExperienceCollectively, our legal team has more than 30 years of experience in fighting for the rights of Californians.
Ph.D. in PsychologyJoseph C. George earned a Ph.D. in psychology and was an active duty clinical psychologist in the United States Air Force for 12 years.