Jason represents product manufacturers in complex litigation across the country. He researches and drafts motions for various trial teams and assists in all stages of discovery. In addition, Jason’s fluency in Spanish enables him to translate Spanish documents and communicate with people from a broad range of backgrounds in their native language.

While in law school, Jason sharpened both his written and oral advocacy skills by focusing almost exclusively on advocacy courses and participating in the moot court program. In his first year of participation, his team won the intramural moot court competition as well as the Best Brief Award, and he went on to serve on Moot Court Council.  Jason remained actively involved in the school’s program, representing the school in competitions across the country. Jason also honed his writing skills as a staff editor for the Kansas Law Review and as a judicial extern for the Hon. Julie A. Robinson at the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas.

Jason enjoys mentoring law students. In law school, he mentored first-year law students in his role as a teaching assistant for the legal research and writing course. Jason also served as a dean’s fellow, charged with mentoring first-year law students in all aspects of transitioning into law school.

Jason is a citizen of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma and has been active in the Native American community. He is a member of the National Native American Bar Association and he continues to coach University of Kansas law students who participate in the National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition.


Jason Harmon, Procedural Misjoinder: The Quest for a Uniform Standard, 62 U. Kan. L. Rev. 1429 (2014).

Contributing Author, Kansas Law Review Criminal Procedure Survey, 62 U. Kan. L. Rev. 1461 (2014).