Jason is a Shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck. His practice focuses on administrative, regulatory, land use and election law, as well as representing clients before the Colorado General Assembly and state and local agencies. He has served as Colorado Concern’s general counsel since February of 2009.
Jason has appeared before every level of local, state and federal government and courts, helping clients find strategic solutions that combine legal insight and intimate knowledge of the governmental process. He has extensive experience with the state’s administrative and rulemaking process, drafting state and local legislation, and appearing before regulatory and legislative bodies.
Prior to joining Brownstein, Jason served as Deputy Attorney General and Assistant Solicitor General for the State of Colorado. Jason also practiced in the private sector, focusing on public policy, regulatory/administrative law, election law, land use and appellate advocacy.