Jarvis is a product liability litigation attorney with a background in legal research and hands-on experience in diverse legal settings. Jarvis’ professional journey has afforded him valuable insights into various aspects of the legal system in different jurisdictions, enhancing his ability to navigate complex matters and provide effective counsel.

As a judicial extern to the Hon. Robert S. Ballou, U.S. District Court, Western District of Virginia, Jarvis conducted legal research and provided corresponding memorandums concerning a variety of matters including class action certifications. He also aided in numerous mediations. When acting as judicial intern to the Hon. Charlene Edwards Honeywell of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, he drafted memorandum opinions and researched reports on a variety of civil matters, and met regularly in chambers to discuss legal issues and how the Court should rule on given cases. Jarvis was also an intern at the Orange County District Attorney’s Office in the Insurance Fraud Department, where he assisted in the prosecution of insurance fraud, preparing evidence and evaluating discovery material to identify patterns of additional illegal schemes and authored internal memos detailing the significance of his evidentiary findings. He also interned in a private practice where he managed various projects and administrative aspects of bankruptcy law.

In addition, Jarvis worked as junior editor for the German Law Journal, was the mock trial chair on the Moot Court Executive Board, and assisted Professor Kish Parella as a research assistant in business law while earning his J.D. at the Washington and Lee University School of Law.