Jason A. St. Julien

US Attorneys Office
Jason A. St. Julien, Esq. is a charismatic, engaging, and driven attorney who hails from St. Martinville, Louisiana. Jason is an Assistant United States Attorney in Denver, Colorado. He works in the Violent Crime and Immigration Enforcement Section of the Criminal Division and has received two United States Attorney's Awards of Excellence for his work. Prior to becoming and Assistant United States Attorney, he served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Mary Ann Vial Lemmon, Senior Judge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana and the Honorable Wiley Y. Daniel, Senior Judge in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. Jason affects positive change in the human condition each day. Prior to attending law school, Jason taught 7th grade Reading and Texas History in Pearland, Texas where he was named New Teacher of Year in Secondary Education in 2007. He continues his devotion to youth by serving as a Board Member for Denver Kids, Inc. Jason is a faculty member of the Colorado Bar Association's CLE programs and the National Advocacy Center in Charleston, South Carolina, a graduate of the Urban Leadership Foundation of Colorado's 2014 Chamber Connect Leadership Program and the Colorado Bar Association's 2017 Leadership Training Class, and was the 2017 President of the Sam Cary Bar Association.