J.D., George Mason University School of Law
B.A., cum laude, Clinch Valley College, 1980
Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Virginia and American Bar Associations (Tort and Insurance Practice Section); Virginia Trial Lawyers Association; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Sustaining Member).
Since 1983, Attorney George Albiston has been representing injured people who have suffered serious and permanent injuries. His practice has included all types of cases, including wrongful death, brain injury, and other serious injuries. George's focus has always been on trying to help those injured or bereaved by the negligence of others. He came to understand that this practice involves helping people during the most difficult time in their lives, financially, physically, and emotionally. George has always done that with compassion and understanding. He has been recognized by his peers for personal injury in Best Lawyers in America from 2011-2021, Virginia Super Lawyers for Personal Injury 2011-2021, Virginia Legal Elite 2011-20211, and the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers from 2012-2021
Delta Theta Phi. Member, National Appellate Advocacy Team. Author: "Damage Enhancement Through the Use of Vocational Rehabilitation Experts," Virginia Trial Lawyers Journal, 1992. Editor, "Proving Mental and Emotional Injuries," Jones Publishing, 2005. Lecturer: Proving Psychological Injury Seminar, CLR Programs, Inc., 1992; Cross-Examination of Experts: "Art and/or Science," 2001; "Ethics and Litigation," Virginia Beach Bar Association, November 2004; "Ethics & Electronic Evidence," CLE Seminar, 2006. Member, Board of Directors, Independence Center. Listed in: The Best Lawyers in America Personal Injury, 2011-2012; Virginia Super Lawyers for Personal Injury, 2011 and Virginia Legal Elite, 2011-2012.
Moncton, Canada, May 25, 1958