George is a principal for the public affairs practice at the firm. He is responsible for government relations, lobbying, procurement & business development representation, ballot initiatives and grassroots organizing. George has extensive experience representing his clients’ interests before local and state government throughout New England.
In addition to his lobbying victories and policy accomplishments, George is a veteran of many political campaigns. In 2012, he experienced a 50 point comeback to defeat a statewide ballot question that would have legalized physician assisted suicide. In 2010, he was part of the strategy and campaign management team that passed a statewide ballot question to roll back the state sales tax on alcohol. He served as a senior advisor and New England political director for U.S. Sen. Joseph Biden’s 2008 Presidential campaign.
Prior to joining the firm, George was at the Choate Group, the government affairs subsidiary of the Boston law firm Choate, Hall & Stewart.
George serves on the Board of Trustees at the MA Taxpayers Foundation and the Advisory Board for Catholic Charities of Greater Boston and earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts and a master’s degree in government from Suffolk University.