B.A., University of Delaware
Growing up on the East Coast, George Baseluos graduated from the University of Delaware in 2006 with a bachelors degree in economics and international relations. He was eager to attend law school upon graduating, but life took him in another direction. He began working on Wall Street as an investment banker. Life took another turn when he met his wife several years later in California. Moving to California opened the door to his previous dream of being an attorney.
Professor Baseluos graduated from Trinity Law School in May of 2015 at the top of his class, earning the distinction of “Student of the Year” and served as Editor-In-Chief of Trinity Law Review. He also competed on Trinity’s Moot Court team, and with his competition partner, became the 2014 NBLSA Moot Court National Champions, beating Columbia University to win first place in the nation. In addition, he was the co-founder of the Trinity Missions and Service Club, a student funded organization which carried out regular service trips to orphanages and women’s shelters in Mexico.
Professionally, he is a member of the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA) and the Christian Legal Society (CLS). He actively litigates in many areas of civil litigation, but focuses on business litigation and personal injury litigation. At Trinity, Professor Baseluos teaches part time as an adjunct professor of torts. He is also the managing partner of civil litigation at Paraclete Law, A Professional Law Corporation. Professor Baseluos actively litigates business litigation and personal injury cases. As part of their commitment to pro bono work, he and his firm regularly provide legal services to churches and the poor at no cost.
Professor Baseluos and his wife have a rambunctious and charming 1 year old son who lights up their life daily. They are actively involved in their church’s youth and education ministry.