Jason Jarvis is an assistant professor of law and practice and currently serves as the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Dean Jarvis teaches Civil Procedure, Practical Litigation, and other courses from time to time. His research interests are in the areas of federal jurisdiction and civil procedure.
Prior to his formal role at Pepperdine Caruso Law, Dean Jarvis practiced litigation for several years, first in the appellate and Supreme Court practice group at Jones Day in Washington, DC, and eventually at Los Angeles litigation firm Levinson, Arshonsky & Kurtz LLP, where he focused on trade secrets and employment trial litigation. He has argued numerous cases in the federal and state courts of appeal and tried cases in the areas of trade secrets, property, and administrative law. Before entering private practice, Dean Jarvis clerked for the Honorable Alice M. Batchelder of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Dean Jarvis graduated magna cum laude from Pepperdine Law School, where he was the managing editor of the Pepperdine Law Review. He is married to Emily A. A. Jarvis, a professor of chemistry.
- J.D., Pepperdine University School of Law, 2003
- B.A., Pepperdine University Seaver College, 1995
- Jason Jarvis, A New Paradigm for the Alien Tort Statute Under Extraterritoriality and the Universality Principle, 30 PEPP. L. REV. 671 (2003) SSRN HeinOnline
- Jason Jarvis, Constitutional Constraints on the International Law-Making Power of the Federal Courts, 13 J. TRANSNAT'L L. & POL'Y 251 (2003) SSRN HeinOnline
- Civil Procedure
- Constitutional Law