Christian M. George, Esq.
Associate attorney Christian George assists community associations and their boards of directors in the management of their common interest subdivisions. He provides assistance in day-to-day operational and general corporate matters, including the interpretation and enforcement of the restrictive covenants which apply to these communities. Mr. George also assists community associations in litigation. His litigation background includes representing community associations in all facets of litigation including covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs) enforcement, obtaining and enforcing judgments, and defending associations against homeowner-filed lawsuits.
Mr. George is a 2018 graduate of The Ohio State University Maritz College of Law. While at Ohio State, he served as Editor in-Chief of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution and served as President of the school's Education Law Society. Mr. George was awarded two CALI Awards for Excellence after receiving the highest grades in his Civil Procedure and State and Local Government courses, and was awarded with the title of a Public Service Fellow with Dean's Special Distinction after providing hundreds of hours of pro bono work. He also was selected to help represent Ohio State at the Robert F. Wagner National Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Competition at New York Law School.
Mr. George earned his B.A. at Sonoma State University, where he double majored in Political Science and History. He graduated magna cum laude with distinction from the faculty of both academic departments and graduated as a Presidential Scholar. While at SSU, he was elected to serve as Executive Vice President of the student government corporation.
Prior to joining Baydaline & Jacobsen, LLP, Mr. George interned with the California Attorney General's Office and the Ohio Department of Education, participated in Ohio State's Civil Law Clinic, and externed with The Ohio State University Office of University Compliance and Integrity.
Mr. George is admitted to the California State Bar, as well as the Eastern District Court.