Jason began his undergraduate education at Purdue University and later transferred to Loyola University Chicago. At Loyola, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science graduating magna cum laude, and with departmental honors in political science.
He is a member of Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit honor society whose principles are scholarship, loyalty to Jesuit ideals, and service. His love for advocacy and writing led him to law school, where he attended Ave Maria School of Law, then located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
As part of his education, Jason has lived in Rome during a prestigious study abroad program at Loyola’s John Felice Rome Center in Rome, Italy, where he also served as vice president of the International Relations club. During law school, Jason took another opportunity to study abroad in Poland at Krakow’s Jagiellonian University for the International Business & Trade Summer Law Program, which was made possible through a scholarship from the Kosciuszko Foundation.
Jason clerked for a Customs law firm during law school and, upon admission to the Michigan bar, began his own law firm where he tries to limit his practice to estate planning, probate, customs law, and business transactions and litigation. Jason is also admitted to practice in Illinois.
In his free time, Jason enjoys spending time in the outdoors and traveling with his wife Joanna and their children, Jacob and Victoria.