George B Codding II is an associate at the BBC Law Malvern office. George is an accomplished legal professional whose practice encompasses a variety of areas within the casualty/insurance defense arena. He has successfully represented clients in cases involving a range of civil matters, including general liability claims, motor vehicle incidents, premises liability, and insurance coverage. Alongside his daily litigation experience, George has lectured on a wide variety of topics including traumatic brain injuries, discovery practices and motion tactics for the NBI.
George graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Art History. After pursuing graduate studies at New York University, he returned home to Delaware, obtaining his law degree from Widener Delaware School of Law.
While in law school he discovered his love for public service and was an active student leader, volunteering his time in multiple student organizations including Phi Delta Phi National Honors Society, Volunteers for Veterans, Delaware Volunteer Legal Services and participated in teaching underprivileged children financial literacy skills.
After completing his Delaware Clerkship with a personal consumer bankruptcy attorney, he focused his practice on civil litigation and has honed his skills as a civil litigator and along the way garnered significant trial experience. He is admitted to practice in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.
In his free time, George enjoys antiquing, visiting museums, swimming and spear fishing and spending time with his family.