Jason S. Long

Biography

Jason worked with the firm’s Morgantown office before helping open the Lewisburg office, where he now serves as office managing partner.

His practice draws from his pre-lawyer days as an educator and growing up as the son of a county school superintendent. Jason advises county boards of education, providing a wide range of services, including guidance on personnel matters (both service and professional personnel), student and employee discipline matters, special education issues and various due process hearings (including those in personnel season). He conducts numerous in-service trainings and workshops to school systems and state educational organizations on a variety of legal topics and issues including student rights, FERPA, student discipline, employee discipline, sexual harassment, employee code of conduct, employee evaluations, service and professional personnel laws, and updates on the ever changing educational laws.

Education

  • West Virginia University College of Law  (J.D., 2002)
  • Marshall University  (B.A., 1998)
    • Social Studies 5-12

Bar Admissions

  • West Virginia

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia

Affiliations/Memberships

  • West Virginia State Bar
  • Monongalia County Bar Association
  • Leadership Monongalia (2004)
  • Leadership West Virginia, Class of 2010
    • Anniversary Club
  • West Virginia University College of Law, past Development Council
  • Carnegie Hall Foundation, Inc., past Board of Directors
  • Old Stone Presbyterian Church, past clerk of the session
  • Tutoring Center Foundation, Inc., past Board of Directors
  • Rotary Club, Lewisburg
  • Communities in Schools of Greenbrier County, Board of Directors

Distinctions

  • Peer Review Rated AV in Martindale-Hubbell
  • West Virginia Rising Stars®
  • Future Star in Benchmark Litigation
  • Generation Next 40 Under 40 award by The State Journal (2010)
  • Best Lawyers® Education Law