Jason is an attorney and counselor at law, a certified mediator and an ordained Methodist clergy.
Through his experience as an attorney and his work as a Methodist clergy, Jason has come to believe that people should strive to work to resolve differences and conflicts in a more civil and a restorative manner. Becoming a certified mediator was a logical fusion of his lifetime professions.
Jason earned his Bachelor of Arts in English from Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana where he was a member of the Centenary College Choir, Centenary Wind Ensemble, and the Iota Theta Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.
Following his undergraduate studies, Jason received a Master of Divinity degree from Duke University. He returned to work for the Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church for nine years as a clergy member.
After a voluntary leave of absence from church work Jason earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas and was admitted to the Arkansas State Bar.
In addition to being licensed to practice law in State and Federal Courts in Arkansas, he is also a certified mediator by the Arkansas ADR Commission.
Jason’s background and life experiences are an important part of who he is. A common thread woven through his past and current profession is that words are very powerful and can change lives. It is his hope that his words, both written and spoken will add value and quality to the lives of his clients.