Earle F. Lasseter earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Auburn University in 1957, where he also served as the Legislative Editor of the Alabama Law Review. In 1966, he received a LL.B. from the University of Alabama and began practicing law as a member of the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Lasseter entered the U.S. Army as an Armor Officer in (1958) and retired from the JAG Corps as a Colonel in 1988 to begin private practice with Pope McGlamry.
Lasseter is an active member of the Columbus, GA Bar; Russell County, AL Bar; Alabama State Bar; State Bar of Georgia (Member, Board of Governors, 1995-2010); District of Columbia Bar; Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, (Board of Directors 1990-1998); Member, Board of Trustees, Institute of Continuing Legal Education for the State Bar of Georgia, (1989-1995); Georgia Trial Lawyers Association; and the American Bar Association. In the ABA he served as Treasurer, (1999-2002); Member, Board of Governors, (1996-2002); Member, House of Delegates, (1991-2005); Nominating Committee, (1992-1995); Rules and Calendar, (1994-1996); Standing Committee on Meetings & Travel, (1993-1996); Standing Committee on Legal Assistance for Military Personnel, (1992-1995); Chairman, General Practice Section, (1991-1992); Chairman, Standing Committee on Governmental Affairs, 2002; President, American Bar Retirement Funds, 2002; and Armed Forces Law, 2006. ABA/TIPS Committee 2002-present, Military Lawyers 2002-present.
Earle Lasseter has two children, David and Fern. His hobbies include Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Track.