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- Criminal Defense
- Commercial and Civil Rights Litigation
Jason Tauches grew up in New York and graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 1997 with bachelor degrees in Music and History. Prior to law school, he spent six years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps, deploying to Kosovo, Kuwait, and Iraq.
He attended Santa Clara University School of Law, where he was the Editor-in Chief of the Santa Clara University Journal of International Law. He also received the Hackworth Grant in Applied Ethics and the Pro Bono Recognition Award for his commitment to public service. During law school, he promoted the protection of individual rights and cultural heritage as a consultant to UNESCO and Human Rights Law Network. He then worked as a deputy public defender in Fresno County before earning a Master of Laws in International Legal Studies at the NYU School of Law as a Transitional Justice Scholar. At NYU, he focused on preventing violations of human rights by government and corporate actors as a clerk at the NYU Law Global Justice Clinic and Human Rights Watch.
As an attorney, Jason has focused on securities, criminal defense, commercial and civil rights litigation. He has represented over 500 clients in criminal and civil cases, and served as lead attorney on numerous trials, including complex felony trials. In 2017, he was selected as a Franklin Fellow by the U.S. State Department. Since moving to Massachusetts, Jason has expanded his civil and securities litigation experience, representing clients in FINRA arbitration and in state and federal court.
Jason is excited to bring his experience and knowledge of the law to PiltserCowan Law's clients and practice.
- Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara, California
- Honors: Hackworth Grant in Applied Ethics
- Honors: Pro Bono Recognition Award for his commitment to public service
- New York University School of Law, New York, New York
- LL.M., Master of Laws
- Major: International Legal Studies
- College of the Holy Cross
- Major: Music and History
- Franklin Fellow by the U.S. State Department, 2017
- United States Marine Corps
- Fresno County, Deputy public defender
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