Law Clerk (Pending Admission, New York)
Jason is a Law Clerk at S. R. Labby LLP. His admission to the New York bar is pending. Since first joining the firm as Senior Paralegal and Operations Manager and subsequently serving as Law Clerk while also attending law school, Jason has enabled S. R. Labby to provide intelligent and discreet services to families and individuals involved in domestic and family matters, and civil litigation. He has worked on high net worth and high profile divorce and child custody cases involving complex questions of law, contested custody and support disputes, and family offense complaints; he has helped to craft prenuptial and postnuptial agreements that help achieve optimal resolutions for clients without going to court. Jason also has experience in high profile sexual harassment civil litigation in both state and federal courts.
Jason has broad legal experience spanning over 17 years in family and domestic law, civil litigation, immigration, aging and disability law, and risk and crisis management, all of which makes him skilled in understanding and strategically analyzing clients’ complex issues and broader interests beyond the narrow legal issue at hand. Before joining S. R. Labby, Jason served as a senior paralegal at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP, and Gibney Anthony & Flaherty, LLP. His work included preparing complex nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications for high profile clients, including artists, executives of Fortune 500 businesses, and heads of state.
Accordingly, Jason is well-versed in the heightened confidentiality concerns faced by individuals embroiled in sensitive conflicts, and in the need to assist clients in understanding clearly the various options available to them, and the practical likelihood and risks of certain outcomes. Jason prides himself in his ability to anticipate and thoroughly prepare matters well in advance to any litigation.
While in law school, Jason participated in moot court and served as a legal intern for his school’s Disability and Aging Justice Clinic, representing an indigent client in a disability discrimination case before the New York City Commission on Human Rights.