Attorney with Deep Professional Training in Washington, DC
Jason Fitzgerald Korb, who currently resides in Washington, D.C., possesses considerable experience in various aspects of law. Most recently, Jason Korb lent his talents to Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Argus Technical Services; working out of the Corporate Attorney’s Office as a Law Clerk, he wrote corporate policies for workers, aided in Labor and Industry Review Commission hearings, and investigated new corporate responsibilities as they related to gun control, health care, overtime pay, and other areas. Jason Fitzgerald Korb also compiled the articles of incorporation and other important legal information for a subsidiary firm.
Before relocating to Washington, D.C., and embarking on his career in law, Jason Korb completed an extensive amount of formal schooling. After high school, he enrolled in the Boston University School of Management, where he undertook coursework in entrepreneurship, business administration, finance, management, and related subjects. He graduated cum laude with his Bachelor’s degree in 2003. Several years later, he returned to school at the University of Denver Law School, where he studied for a year before moving to Minneapolis and entering the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. There, Jason Fitzgerald Korb participated in the Maynard Pirsig Moot Court, volunteered more hours than any of his peers, and accepted an invitation to take a class with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
In prior professional experience, Jason Korb worked for the American Civil Liberties Union, City of Bloomington Attorney’s Office, and Minnesota Department of Human Rights. His first position was as a Law Clerk for the City of Denver Attorney’s Office. Today, Jason Fitzgerald Korb balances his other obligations with several hobbies in the Washington, D.C., area. In addition to reading and writing, he likes to stay in shape by biking, lifting weights, and playing kickball.