George Price is a 1974 graduate of The Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado and a 1980 graduate of the University of Denver, College of Law. He was a staff member of the University of Denver International Law Journal and was recipient of the John Phillip Linn Labor Law Award in 1980. He was research assistant to John Phillip Linn during the 1979-80 acadmic year. In the latter part of 1974, he did graduate work in political science at the University of Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. After passing the bar exam in 1980, Price became the General Counsel/Director of Legal Services for the Colorado Education Association, Colorado's largest public employee association. He served in that position for five years representing teachers and other school personnel in a variety of employment related matters in federal and state courts, in arbitration and before administrative judges. He advised the Board of Directors and the Executive Director of CEA on corporate matters. Price entered private practice in 1985. He continued his work with CEA as retained outside counsel. In addition, he did significant work on matters related to school discipline, special education matters, juvenile criminal matters and sex discrimination in school athletics. Price serves on the board of the Center for Anti-Bullying and Non-Violence, a Colorado nonprofit organization. From 1995-1997, Price served as a board member of the Attention Deficit Disorder Advocacy Group, another Colorado nonprofit organization.
Price serves as the Restorative Justice Coordinator at Florida Pitt Waller School.