Susan George has more than 30 years of experience as a paralegal participating in all aspects of the civil litigation process from the initial client consultation through jury trials and appeals. She has participated at counsel table for jury trials and motion hearings in Federal Courts from Seattle to Miami and from Boston to Los Angeles. Susan works closely with clients to help them respond to demanding discovery obligations and then provides the organization and documentation used by attorneys at depositions, hearings and trials. She works closely with attorneys, clients and witnesses bringing documents and testimony together for jury trials and other forms of dispute resolution.
Susan began using computer technology for discovery and trial proceedings in the late 1980s. Using computer technology, she organizes tens of thousands of documents, witness transcripts and voluminous pleadings to create searchable databases. She also enjoys searching the mountain of information involved in typical intellectual property and other complex litigation. In the courtroom, Susan is responsible for the presentation of electronic exhibits, keeping track of trial exhibits as they are admitted into evidence and witness availability.
A Madison native, Susan graduated from Edgewood High School and Madison Area Technical College.