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Jason joined JAMlaw in 2015 after serving as a judicial law clerk for the judges in Roanoke City, Roanoke County, and the City of Salem. Jason also served as a law clerk for U.S. Magistrate Judge David J. Novak in the Eastern District of Virginia. Before attending Washington & Lee University School of Law, Jason worked in the automobile insurance industry, served as a Marine Corps infantryman, including deployments in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, worked as a forklift operator, a construction laborer, and an Alaskan commercial fisherman.
At JAMlaw, Jason has successfully litigated hundreds of cases, defending individual and corporate clients sued as a result of car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, and other personal injury cases. Jason's experience includes dozens of jury and bench trials and successful resolution of cases through mediation and judicial settlement conferences. Jason also represents victims of defective consumer products and deceitful consumer transactions, including those involving moving companies, towing companies, and general contractors.
When he is not in the courtroom, Jason enjoys being with his wife and two young sons, watching Netflix, fishing, and reading at local coffee shops.
Washington & Lee University, Juris Doctor, 2014
University of Pittsburgh, B.A. Philosophy, 2007
U.S. District Court, Western District of Virginia, 2015
Ted Dalton American Inn of Court, 2013 – present
Roanoke Bar Association
Virginia State Bar
U.S. Marine Corps Reserves, 2001 – 2009, Sergeant
Operation Enduring Freedom, 2002, Infantry
Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2003, Infantry