B.A. Economics UC Irvine
J.D. Pepperdine School of Law
— Certificate in Dispute Resolution, Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution
— Trial Team Member

US District Central District of California

About the Attorney

Jason graduated from Pepperdine Law with a Juris Doctor and a Certificate in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine’s Straus Institute (the #1 rated Dispute Resolution Program in the nation). He was admitted to the California and Texas State Bar Associations in 2013, and 2014, respectively.

Despite his relatively short career, Jason has already amassed a significant amount of experience. He has had the opportunity to work with the Civil Medicaid Fraud Division of the Texas Attorney General that was responsible for the recovery of over $1.4 billion in fraudulent Medicaid disbursements and extern for the Los Angeles County District Attorney, where he prosecuted several felony preliminary hearings as a certified law clerk. Moreover, as a third year student, Jason was also hand-selected to represent Pepperdine Law at the CACJ (California Attorneys for Criminal Justice) National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition in San Francisco. Jason is also a graduate of the Orange County Bar Association’s 2017 College of Trial Advocacy.

Jason’s experience varies across many fields. In his first position, Jason facilitated business and real estate transactions for the Chinese community of the San Gabriel Valley. Thereafter, he represented big banks and corporations, pursuing unpaid debts and conducting several bench trials on their behalf. Jason then worked for one of Southern California’s top personal injury firms, where he honed his skills while working for some of the nation’s top trial lawyers.

Jason is passionate about representing those in need. Within two weeks of getting his law license, Jason was already in court representing an elderly couple who was being evicted on a wrongful basis. He frequently donates his time to members of under-served communities. He is a regular volunteer with the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, and volunteer for Habitat for Humanity as a law student. 

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