Maggie George joined George Law in 2018 after years of experience in both the public and private sectors. Upon graduating from James Madison College at Michigan State University, Maggie took what she thought would be a year off between college and law school, and she moved to Washington, DC. Maggie started working for Congressman Sander Levin as a congressional liaison, supporting the congressman with his communications, constituent relations, and policy issues.
Maggie moved back to Michigan in 2004 to work with Quicken Loans when it was still a small private company. Rising through the ranks over the course of 13 years as Quicken was named a Fortune 500 company, Maggie served as Director of Training, leading Instructional Designers and Content Creators in Michigan, Ohio, and Arizona to deploy training modules to thousands of bankers. Maggie designed and built mortgage banking training content, working closely with Quicken’s CEO, President and Vice President to meet overall business objectives.
After the birth of her son, Maggie began to contemplate a career change, and revisited the idea of pursuing law—something for which she had never lost her passion. With a toddler to care for, a talented and busy lawyer-husband to support, and a new law firm to build, Maggie added law school to her plate. She found that she loved learning the law and chose to concentrate her learnings in the particular field of criminal law. While in law school at Wayne State University, Maggie also clerked for Chief Judge Denise Paige Hood in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
In addition to practicing law, Maggie currently serves on the Zoning Board of Appeals for the city of Royal Oak, where she resides with her husband Derrick and their son.
- James Madison College at Michigan State University
- Bachelor of Arts, 2003
- Wayne State University Law School
- Juris Doctor, 2021
- Criminal Defense
- Felony Cases
- Driving Offenses
- Alcohol and Drug Offenses
- Title IX