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Jason@boulettegolden.com

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Jason Boulette is Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, has been repeatedly recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer (Thomson‐Reuters), Texas Rising Star (Thomson‐Reuters), one of the Best Lawyers in America, and was voted 2020 Lawyer of the Year in Management Employment Law. Jason currently serves as a member of the Leadership Council for the Employment Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. Previously with Vinson & Elkins L.L.P., Jason founded Boulette & Golden L.L.P. with Mike Golden in 2006. Now known as Boulette Golden & Marin, the firm represents employers in employment, litigation, and corporate immigration matters. In his free time, Jason is one of the archery coaches of Highland Park’s Texas State Champion Archery Team and the Cubmaster for Pack 59 of the Capitol Area Council Cub Scouts.

 
 
 
 

Distinctions

  • Best Lawyers in America– Employment & Labor Law Management, 2006-2020
  • Best Lawyers in America– Lawyer of the Year, 2020
  • Texas Super Lawyer– 2013 - 2020
  • Master at Honorable Lee Yeakel IP Inn of Court
  • W. Page Keeton Award for Excellence in Continuing Legal Education ‐ 2018
  • State Bar of Texas, Employment Section – Leadership Council
  • State Bar of Texas, Employment Section – Pro Bono Co‐Chair
  • State Bar of Texas, Special Task Force – Pro Bono Education Committee Co‐Chair
  • Texas Rising Stars– 2004 - 2012
  • Texas Board of Legal Specialization – Certified Labor and Employment Attorney

Memberships

  • State Bar of Texas, Employment Section – Leadership Council
  • Texas Supreme Court, Special Task Force – Pro‐Bono Education Committee Co‐Chair
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association – Member

Community

  • Ballet Austin – Supporter
  • Safe Place – Supporter
  • Black Fret - Member
  • Austin City Limits - Member
  • Cub Scouts of America - Den Leader
  • St. Martin's - Youth Instructor

Publications

  • “The Use of Data Analytics in Employment Decision-Making,” University of Texas Technology Conference, 2019-05-23, Austin, TX
  • “The Use of Data Analytics in Employment Decision-Making,” University of Texas Corporate Council Conference, 2019-05-16, Austin, TX
  • “The Gig Economy,” University of Texas Taxation Conference, 2018-11-15, Austin, TX
  • “Social Media: Employee Ideology v. Company Values,” University of Texas Technology Law Conference, 2018-05-25, Austin, TX
  • “Employee Ideology vs. Company Policy/Rights,” University of Texas Corporate Council Institute, 2018-05-17, Dallas, TX
  • “The Boundaries of Employee Free Speech,” University of Texas Labor and Employment Law Conference, 2018-05-11, Austin, TX
  • “Misbehavior in the C-Suite,” University of Texas Labor and Employment Law Conference, 2018-05-11, Austin, TX
  • “Athletes and Controversy: Making a Stand or Taking a Knee,” Webcast, University of Texas Sports and the Law, 2018-05-04, Austin, TX
  • “From Hollywood to Healthcare: Sexual Harassment Revisited,” University of Texas Health Law Conference, 2018-04-06, Houston, TX
  • “Social Media: Employee Ideology v. Company Values,” University of Texas Technology Law Conference, 2018-05-25, Austin, TX
  • “Employee Ideology vs. Company Policy/Rights,” University of Texas Corporate Council Institute, 2018-05-17, Dallas, TX
  • “The Boundaries of Employee Free Speech,” University of Texas Labor and Employment Law Conference, 2018-05-11, Austin, TX
  • “Misbehavior in the C-Suite,” University of Texas Labor and Employment Law Conference, 2018-05-11, Austin, TX
  • “Athletes and Controversy: Making a Stand or Taking a Knee,” Webcast, University of Texas Sports and the Law, 2018-05-04, Austin, TX
  • “From Hollywood to Healthcare: Sexual Harassment Revisited,” University of Texas Health Law Conference, 2018-04-06, Houston, TX
  • “Online Evidence of Intent: Social Media Use by Decision-Makers,” TexasBarCLE Advanced Employment Law, 2018-01-19, Dallas, TX
  • “From Parties to Presidents: Dealing with Decision-Makers,” University of Texas Paige Keeton Civil Litigation Conference, 2017-11-02, Austin, TX
  • “From Parties to Presidents: Dealing with Compromised Decision-Makers,” State Bar of Texas Labor Law Institute, 2017-08-26, San Antonio, TX
  • “From Parties to Presidents: The Use of Social Media to Prove Animus,” University of Texas Labor and Employment Law Conference, 2017-05-26, Austin, TX
  • “Immigration Update,” University of Texas Technology Law Conference, 2017-05-26, Austin, TX
  • “Trade Secrets – Protecting and Defending,” University of Texas Corporate Council, 2017-05-12, Houston, TX
  • “Employment Law: The Modern Mobile Workforce,” University of Texas Health Law Conference, 2017-04-07, Houston, TX
  • “Social Media: Internet to Evidence,” TexasBarCLE Damages in Civil Litigation, February 17, 2017
  • “Ethics in Negotiation: The True Cost of Representation,” University of Texas Renewable Energy Law Conference, January 31, 2017
Education

  • University of Texas – J.D. with High Honors
  • University of Texas – Chancellor
  • University of Texas – Order of the Coif
  • University of Virginia – B.A., Dean’s List