George T. Qualley graduated from Drake Law School with a Juris Doctorate degree in December 1957 and was appointed to the U.S. Department of Justice under the Attorney General’s Honor Student Program where he practiced as a trial attorney until 1960 when he acquired the tax practice of then newly elected U.S. Senator Jack Miller. Mr. Qualley has been admitted to the bars for the states of Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Maryland, and the District of Columbia as well as the U.S. Tax Court and the U.S. Supreme Court. He has performed legal services in a wide variety of state and federal trials involving a wide variety of issues. Some of the legal issues have involved anti trust, fraud, trade secrets, Virus Serum Toxin Act, USDA and FDA regulations and various types of property claims. Mr. Qualley functioned as a senior consultant to the firm of Qualley & Bleyhl P.L.C.