Jason V. Owens
Strevenson & Lynch, P.C.
About Jason V. OwensJason is a Senior Associate at Stevenson & Lynch, P.C. with a concentration in probate and family litigation, including divorce, domestic violence, child custody, equity and estates litigation, with a focus on high-conflict child custody and complex financial probate and family litigation.
Originally from Cape Cod, Jason was a journalist, proposal writer and marketing and business development professional in the engineering field before becoming an attorney. Prior to entering private practice, Jason was a Judicial Clerk for the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court, where he worked closely with twelve Probate and Family Court judges in Barnstable, Bristol and Essex counties. His responsibilities included drafting Judgments, Orders, and Memoranda of Decision, as well as performing research and analysis of complex legal questions. Jason's professional experience also includes more than six years in marketing, business development and international engineering consulting at the Cambridge-based world headquarters of Camp, Dresser, & McKee, Inc. (CDM), a global consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm with more than 4,500 employees and 120+ offices worldwide.
Jason graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a degree in Journalism (B.A. 2000) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D. 2007), where he was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board and author and editor for the Suffolk Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy. He was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 2007. During his time at Suffolk Law, Jason served as a Student Advocate at the Hale and Dorr Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School and had the pleasure of interning for the Honorable Robert W. Langlois, First Justice of the Norfolk Probate and Family Court.
Practice primarily in Plymouth, Norfolk, Bristol, Barnstable and Middlesex counties.
- Domestic Violence
- Family Law
- Juvenile Law
Additional Practice Areas
- Probate Litigation
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Senior Associate Attorney, Strevenson & Lynch, P.C.|
|Primary focus on Probate and Family litigation in Plymouth, Norfolk, Barnstable, and Middlesex counties.|
|Reporter and Feature Writer , Community Newspaper Company|
|Feature writer for New England’s oldest weekly newspaper, The Register, and full-time beat reporter and feature writer for The Sandwich Broadsider and The Upper Cape Codder, with total readership of over 25,000. Major stories included profile on teenage ecstasy abuse on Cape Cod (cover story in three papers) and 3-part series focusing on the environmental impact of the Cape Cod Canal Electric Plant expansion project in Bourne, Massachusetts|
|Judicial Clerk, Massachusetts Probate and Family Court|
|Judicial Clerk for the Eastern Division of the Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts in Barnstable, Essex and Bristol Counties. Drafted Findings of Fact and Judgments/Decrees.|
|Consultant, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc.|
|Marketing and business development consultant for International Division (division since reorganized) with focus on design, construction, operation and implementation of large scale water, wastewater and public works projects in Asia, Europe and Middle East from Cambridge-based world headquarters for global consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm with more than 4,500 employees and 120+ offices worldwide.|
|Law Clerk (Student), Honorable Robert W. Langlois|
|Student clerk/intern for the Hon. Robert W. Langlois, former First Justice (Acting) for the Middlesex Probate and Family Court and current First Justice for the Norfolk Probate and Family Court.|
|Legal Intern / Registry Staff, Senior Partners for Justice / Middlesex Probate and Family Court|
|Legal Intern for Senior Partners for Justice assigned to Middlesex Probate and Family Court under the supervision of the Honorable Edward M. Ginsburg (ret.). Included three, four-week rotations in the divorce, paternity and probate departments at the Middlesex Registry of Probate.|
|Family Law Division, Student Advocate, Hale and Dorr Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School|
|Advised ten pro se divorce clients and handled four full cases for Harvard Law School’s oldest/largest legal clinic. Duties included attorney negotiation, client intake and relations, supervised Motion practice and contested hearings.|
|Marketing Coordinator, Global Resources Division, Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc.|
|Wrote and edited competitive bid proposals and provided marketing and business development for Global Resources Division (since reorganized) with focus on acquisition and development of new business for municipal information management, operations and management, architectural and specialized engineering projects from Cambridge-based world headquarters for global consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm with more than 4,500 employees and 120+ offices worldwide.|
|Proposal Writer/Marketing Coordinator , CiviGenics, Inc.|
|Wrote and edited competitive bid proposals for largest corrections-oriented substance abuse treatment and mental health provider in United States (as of 2001), including work performed under management and administrative contract for Spectrum Health Systems, Inc., a national leader in substance abuse and mental health treatment, serving 20,000 individuals each year through more than 100 institutional and community-based programs, from Maine to Washington State.|
|Suffolk University Law School - Suffolk University||J.D.||Civil Litigation|
|Honors: Moot Court Board, Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy, Winner of Best Brief Award.|
|Activities: Note Author, Attenuation and Illegal Eavesdropping by Private Citizens, 12 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 177 (2007)|
|University of Massachusetts - Amherst||B.A.||Journalism|
|Activities: Dual Major: Journalism and Social Thought and Political Economy.|
|Member, Plymouth Bar Association|
|Member, Massachusetts State Bar|
Articles & Publications
Hearing thy neighbor: the doctrine of attenuation and illegal eavesdropping by private citizens
Suffolk Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy