Jason joined Cable Huston after graduating from Lewis & Clark Law School in May 2020 and assists the firm’s energy, public utility, and litigation practice groups. During law school, Jason focused his curriculum and work experience around energy law. He had the good fortune to practice energy law from myriad perspectives: on the federal level for the Bonneville Power Administration, for ratepayers with the Oregon Citizens’ Utility Board; and for coops and PUDs through Cable Huston as a summer associate. Jason also had ample opportunity to hone his legal writing and research skills, serving as both the Managing Editor of the Lewis & Clark Law Review and as a Teaching Fellow for the school’s Lawyering department.
Prior to law school, Jason worked in residential property management in the Pacific Northwest. In addition to the day-to-day obligations of managing 300+ unit complexes, he assisted various ownership groups in both the sale and acquisition of properties. It was also in property management where he first became interested in energy, seeing first-hand the social, environmental, and economic benefits that new energy technologies provide.
In his free time, Jason enjoys taking advantage of all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. He is an avid cross country and downhill skier, and in the summer months he can be found hiking and backpacking or rafting along the Deschutes. He also loves board games, the more rules the better.