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Jason Fowler

Jason Fowler

Jason Fowler is a partner at Covington & Burling LLP. He represents clients in high-stakes patent litigation, primarily in the high-tech and pharmaceutical spaces. Jason received a bachelor degree in mechanical engineering from Georgia Tech, and was an engineer at a major manufacturer of marine electronics. Jason received his law degree from the University of Georgia. After law school and prior to joining Covington, he served as a law clerk for Judge Jack Camp on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia and subsequently for Judge Richard Linn on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Jason is committed to advancing STEM opportunities for girls, especially in underserved minority communities. While in college, Jason was a math tutor for kids at an underperforming elementary school in Atlanta. This was his first experience working with young people, and he realized how much of a difference education and role models can make in the directions of their lives.

While studying engineering at Georgia Tech, Jason noticed how few women were represented in his classes. he believes that helping girls to become interested in STEM subjects at a young age, and showing them it is possible to have a rewarding career in STEM, are the first steps to changing this pattern of underrepresentation in STEM in higher education, and likewise in STEM-focused professions.

Jason lives in Northeast Washington, DC with his wife Sarah and his Labrador Retriever Jackson.