Jason Kise assists corporate clients, including private and public companies, nonprofit organizations, start-ups, investors and underwriters, with everything from formation, routine governance, contracts and small venture capital investments, to more complex transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, applying for tax-exempt status, public offerings and Securities and Exchange Commission reporting.

He regularly works with colleagues across practice areas, including intellectual property, litigation and finance, when clients require specific expertise, and has experience in a range of industries, primarily technology, food, healthcare and medical device, as well as experience with private foundations and public charities.

Prior Experience

Jason’s legal career commenced with a legal internship with a Maryland-based law firm, where he assisted partners with court appearances, document review and legal research. He juggled a research assistant position at Georgetown University Law Center at the same time, working with Professor Sheryll Cashin to examine the impact of federal and state law on residential segregation along racial and economic lines.

Jason later worked as a summer associate for the firm, conducting legal research, drafting memoranda and reviewing securities filings.

Personal Interests

Jason has many loves, but spending time with his family and their incredible dog is chief among them. He also enjoys hiking, biking and swimming. When he’s not challenging his body, Jason prefers to decompress on the mat with a mindfulness meditation session or in front of the TV with NBA basketball.

Music provides respite as well. In a past life, Jason worked as a musician and music promoter, planning live events and performing in front of crowds as large as 10,000. 


Bar Admissions



Georgetown University Law Center
J.D. (2020)

University of Minnesota
B.S. in Psychology, with high distinction (2016)


  • Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2021-23
  • Georgetown University Law Center — CALI Award: Advanced Topics in Corporate Law: Management Misconduct, Fall 2019
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