Jason Rudolph is an experienced civil litigator and fierce public education advocate. Jason’s practice areas include charter development and defense, facilities, special education, independent study, and labor and employment.
After practicing for several years as a business litigator, Jason began his career in California’s public charter school sector by first working in-house for one of Southern California’s most successful charter management organizations. In this role, he managed day-to-day business, legal, and local policy matters. Thereafter, Jason transitioned into an advocacy and lobbying role for a statewide charter school advocacy organization, where he worked with charter school operators, community organizations, and local elected and appointed officials to maximize the positive impact of charter schools and to help ensure that all students have access to high-quality public schools. Jason is now proud to work at Young, Minney & Corr, LLP, where he brings to bear his broad experience to represent and provide counsel to California’s public charter schools.
Outside of his professional commitment to education law and advocacy, Jason has also led nonprofit charter school governing boards and supports the Learning Rights Law Center, a nonprofit legal services organization advocating for education equity for low-income and disadvantaged students and families. Jason’s spouse also works in the education field and their son attends a public charter school.