Jason Fiske is a TJSL graduate of both the JD (’08) and LLM (’09) program and is the Assistant Dean for Program Development and Distance Education. Jason runs the Graduate Programs where he utilizes the most advanced online androgy techniques available on the market. Jason combines education with business principles through lean start-up principles, including the use of data-driving analysis through minimally viable products (MVP’s) to develop new and evolved offerings at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Under his watch, the Graduate Programs have shifted to a project management approach, with an eye towards quality control and efficiency in process.
Jason Fiske is also an adjunct professor for the Graduate Programs teaching courses in Income Taxation, Partnership Taxation, Civil Tax Procedure, and Corporate Taxation.
Jason Fiske is also a prolific author, with over 30 publication credits to his name.
“Flipping the Classroom” using Blackboard, Blackboard’s CaliBUG 2013 , Southwestern College , San Diego, CA (October 11, 2013), available at http://www.tjsl.edu/news-media/2013/10595
Optimal Online Delivery of Courses, American Bar Association’sWorking Group for Distance Education in Legal Education , Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, CA (September 13, 2013), available at http://www.tjsl.edu/news-media/2012/7467