Paul George

Of Counsel, Litigation
Dallas
3000 Thanksgiving Tower
1601 Elm Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4542 f 214.999.3542
jgeorge@gardere.com

James Paul George is an of counsel attorney in Gardere’s Dallas office. He is an experienced attorney, with significant expertise in agency law, civil litigation in state and federal courts, commercial litigation, federal jurisdiction, international litigation and conflict of laws, and public international law. Paul provides invaluable assistance to Gardere clients on cases involving atypical commercial litigation.

In addition, Paul is a full-time professor of law at Texas A&M University School of Law, teaching agency and partnership, civil procedure, complex litigation, conflict of laws, federal courts, international law and international litigation. He also served as the associate dean during the university’s American Bar Association accreditation process. Prior to becoming a professor, Paul practiced for ten years in Oklahoma and Texas, representing clients in both state and federal court.

Paul is a published author, having authored two books and numerous articles, and he is a frequent lecturer.

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