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Attorney Jason Cohn Accepts Position as Adjunct Professor

Attorney Jason Cohn Accepts Position as Adjunct Professor

Cohn & Swartzon, P.C.'s Attorney Jason D. Cohn accepted a position as an adjunct professor at Whittier Law School. Attorney Cohn has provided powerful legal guidance to clients throughout Orange County, California for many years after graduating from Whittier Law School. He is now taking the knowledge he obtained during school and through real-life experience in the field to build up the next generation of lawyers who graduate from Whittier Law School.

As an adjunct professor, he will work part-time to teach students about various elements of the law, including the business of running a law firm. Attorney Jason D. Cohn has the desire to give back to future generations by teaching about critical concepts of the law that he has learned during the course of his legal practice.

In 2008, Attorney Jason Cohn founded Cohn & Swartzon, P.C. with his long-time friend Saar Swartzon. Since that time, he has represented hundreds of individuals who have suffered injuries from personal injury cases. He now has the opportunity to use his past experiences in the courtroom and one-on-one with clients to help a younger generation develop an understanding of the legal field.

Attorney Jason Cohn is a State Bar of California approved Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) provider. He has the credentials and legal ability to provide his students with the information they need to not only graduate, but to be powerful legal advisors within the judicial community.

Contact a member of the firm today for more information and to benefit from the knowledgeable legal guidance he offers!


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