Jason Boudwin

Associate - New Brunswick
Email: jboudwin@hoaglandlongo.com
Phone: 732-545-4717
Fax: 732-545-4579

Associate - New Brunswick

jboudwin@hoaglandlongo.com
732-545-4717
732-545-4579

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Experience

Jason Boudwin joined the firm as an associate in 2017 and focuses his practice in the Environmental & Toxic Tort area.

Prior to joining the firm, Jason worked as an Associate in the Law Office of Troy R. Smith where he represented defendants in both criminal and traffic matters in Municipal and Superior Courts throughout the State. Jason then served the next 10 years as an Assistant Prosecutor in the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office. In this position, he gained significant experience in various units including the Juvenile, Trial Teams, Sex Crimes, and Domestic Violence Units, each of which allowed him first-hand experience in researching complex legal issues, writing and filing briefs, orally arguing motions, and trying cases from pre-indictment through to trial or plea and sentencing. While in the Domestic Violence Unit, Jason was one of the first attorneys to successfully prosecute revenge-porn cases in the state of New Jersey. Jason also served several years in Appellate/PCR and in the Pre-Trial Operations Units. There, Jason argued on behalf of the State of New Jersey before the New Jersey Superior Court - Appellate Division and provided 24-7 legal advice, often in real-time and as events were unfolding, to police departments throughout Middlesex County.

Since joining Hoagland Longo, Jason has refocused his area of practice in Environmental & Toxic Torts, bringing with him over a decade of diligent trial experience. Primarily, Jason litigates asbestos cases brought in New York.

Jason obtained his undergraduate degree in Business Management from West Chester University of Pennsylvania and his Juris Doctor from New York Law School. After completing his formal education, Jason served as law clerk to the Hon. Bradley J. Ferencz, Superior Court of New Jersey, Middlesex County, Law Division – Criminal Part.

When Jason is not in the courtroom, he enjoys running, swimming, and listening to his prolific music collection.