George C. Freeman, III, is a founding member of Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, LLC. His practice focuses mainly on securities litigation and enforcement. He primarily represents financial advisors and broker-dealers, together with their respective officers, directors, and employees, in customer disputes and in SEC and FINRA investigations. He also represents underwriters, issuers, and trustees in securities class action cases. Outside the field of securities, George concentrates in complex commercial litigation. George has long been a member of the American, Louisiana, and New Orleans Bar Associations, as well as the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association and the American Law Institute. He has taught jurisprudence, constitutional theory, and securities litigation and arbitration for over twenty-five years as a member of the adjunct faculty at Tulane University Law School, where he is a full Professor and a recipient of the Monte M. Lehman Distinguished Teaching Award. He is also active in community affairs, having served on the Board of Directors of Trinity Episcopal School, the Langston Hughes Academy Charter School, and FirstLine Schools, and on the Tulane Cancer Center Community Advisory Board.