Jason Grill served at some of the law firms in Kansas City during his college days. While studying at college, he worked at law firms including Thompson Coburn LLP, St. Louis Law Firm, and Shook, Hardy and Bacon LLP. After the completion of his the college, Jason studied at the University of Missouri, where he earned a JD and an advanced certificate in dispute resolution. He also served at the White House as an special assistant to Vice President Al Gore’s senior advisor, Alvin Brown. Jason is a member of Kansas Bar Association and Missouri Bar Association, he worked in numerous law firms and started Grill Law Firm, LLC with his father. He became a member of the Dean's List for three times, and worked at the CNN Washington D.C. Bureau during law school. |
Jason Grill who was born and raised up in Kansas City, the largest city in the U.S. State of Missouri, received his education at the St. Therese Grade School in Platte County. Later, he enrolled at St. Pius X Catholic High School in Kansas and participated in several sports and academic activities. After finishing high school, he got admitted to Saint Louis University, which was based on a leadership scholarship. He provided his services to various organizations such as Sigma Chi Fraternity, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Children's Miracle Network, etc. He completed his Bachelors Degree in Economics and a Minor in Political Science from the university. He also studied International Economics in Rome through Loyola University Chicago.
Jason Grill also holds the position of an adjunct Professor at Park University, Kansas City. He teaches in graduate and undergraduate level classes and offer training to the students in legal analysis, macroeconomics, business law, and social and ethical environment of business. This university is a not-for-profit, independent, and private institution which was founded in 1875. Jason serves on the Board of Don Bosco, as an Advisor to Neighborly and on the Advisory Board of the Partnership for Technology Innovation. Jason is actively involved as a mentor in Kansas City at many entrepreneurial and startup incubators and accelerators. Jason practices as an attrorney in criminal, personal injury, bankcrupcy, civil litigation and traffic law. At the age of 27, Jason was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives, and in 2008, he was re-elected, thus served the people of Missouri for two terms.
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