• University of Virginia, B.A. (2002)
  • University of Illinois College of Law, J.D. (2005)


  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia

George D. Carry

Discovery Attorney

George D. Carry is a discovery attorney in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office. George’s practice focuses on electronic discovery in complex commercial disputes, mergers and acquisitions, and government investigations. His experience includes counseling and representing clients in large discovery matters in federal court, state court, and arbitration, and focuses on all aspects of electronic discovery, including large-scale data collections, document review management, technology-assisted review methods, and litigation support systems.

George has particular experience in the intersection of law and technology and employs this experience to deliver efficient and cost-effective discovery results for his clients. Prior to joining Crowell & Moring, he was lead electronic discovery counsel and an associate in the litigation, construction law, and energy & power groups at a D.C.-based law firm. He worked closely with litigation and trial teams and advised commercial clients on litigation and electronic discovery readiness, information management, discovery issues, document review, electronically stored information, and new developments in electronic discovery case law.

George was recognized by Super Lawyers as a 2016-2020 "Rising Star" and "Top Rated E-Discovery Attorney" in Washington, D.C.


Admitted to practice: District of Columbia and Virginia

Professional Memberships

  • Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists

Representative Matters

  • Representing AT&T in its proposed acquisition of Time Warner.
  • Advising a health system regarding a proposed merger and related proceedings before the Federal Trade Commission.
  • Representing a major U.S. airline in consumer protection litigation.
  • Conducting antitrust compliance auditing for a large U.S. rail transportation corporation.
  • Representing a defense contractor in a trade secret misappropriation matter concerning a U.S. Navy ship design.
  • Representing the Regents of the University of California in patent infringement litigation.