Attorney G. Jeffrey George
Practicing with Moen Sheehan Meyer, Ltd. since 1988
- Bachelor of Arts -- Georgetown University, Washington DC 1969
- Juris Doctor – University of Iowa College of Law with distinction 1974
- First Lieutenant United States Army – Active Duty 1969-1971
- Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Bronze Star
- Captain United States Army Reserve, 407th Civil Affairs Company Winona, Minnesota 1976-1982
- Admitted to the Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota Bar
- U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western District of Wisconsin
- U.S. District Court for Minnesota
- United States Court of Appeals 7th Circuit
- Shareholder Steele Klos & Flynn (1974-1988)
- Shareholder Moen Sheehan Meyer Ltd since 1988
- La Crosse County Bar Association – President 1992
- Wisconsin Bar Association
- State Bar Board of Governors 2001-2005
- Executive Committee 2004-2005
- Candidate for State Bar President 2005
- Chairman of the District V Board of the State Office of Lawyer Responsibility (1993-2000)
- Wisconsin Association for Justice
- American Association for Justice
- Board Member and Past President of La Crosse Day-Care Centers, Inc.
- Board Member and Past President of Coulee Region Wheelchair Athletic Association
- Past President of the Blessed Sacrament School (PTO)
- Board Member of Western Wisconsin Legal Services Corporation
- Board Member of Horse Sense for Special Riders, Inc.
- Board Member of Trustees of Washburn Fund, La Crosse Public Library
- Board Member and Past President of Assembly Dance Club
- Board Member and Current President of Continental Dance Club
- Board Member of the La Crosse Public Library Board of Directors
- Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc. v. Zielke 845 F 2d 1463 (Ct. App. 7th Circuit) Successfully defended an action to remove a 10 Commandments monument from a City of La Crosse park upon the ground that the plaintiffs lacked standing under the "case or controversy" requirement of Article 3 of the United States Constitution.
- In Re the Marriage of Lundberg v. Lundberg 107 WI 2d 1, 318 NW 2d 918 (WI S. Ct.) Established the right of a wife to be compensated for supporting her husband through medical school.
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