Columbus Attorney elected Judge Advocate General for the Military Order of the World Wars

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA – Col. Earle F. Lasseter, USA (retired), a partner and trial lawyer at Pope McGlamry, a prominent Georgia law firm specializing in civil litigation, has been elected Judge Advocate General for the Military Order of the World Wars (“MOWW”).  The MOWW is a non-partisan organization of officers from all of the United States uniformed services dedicated to promoting national security, patriotism, good citizenship and service to the country. In addition to his work with MOWW, Lasseter has served the American Bar Association as both its Treasurer and General Practice Section Chairman.  He has also served on the ABA’s Board of Governors and for 16 years as a member of its House of Delegates.  Locally, Lasseter is currently serving as a representative of the Chattahoochee Circuit to the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia.

About Pope McGlamry

Atlanta-based law firm Pope McGlamry is a recognized leader in civil litigation. The firm specializes in wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases, particularly those involved with product liability or motor carrier liability. The firm is also a recognized leader in business litigation and class action suits, especially those related to consumer issues. The firm has offices in Atlanta and Columbus, Georgia, and maintains a regional and national practice. For additional information, visit