ATTORNEY JASON IEZZI
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Bachelor of Arts in History, 2009
University of Missouri Columbia
Juris Doctor, 2012
University of Missouri Kansas City
Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City
Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group
Jason joined Boyd Kenter Thomas & Parrish as an associate in June of 2013 after clerking for the firm while he attended law school. He was born and raised in the suburbs of St. Louis, graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2009 with a B.A. in History, and moved to Kansas City to attend law school at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where he graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 2012.
As an associate, Jason has first-chaired workers’ compensation hearings and assisted partners Brianne Thomas, Mark Parrish, and Jerry Kenter in many aspects of civil litigation. He has also written appellate briefs and argued before the Court of Appeals for the Western District of Missouri. His research on co-employee liability was published in the summer 2014 issue of The Missouri Trial Attorney.
Jason is a member of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City, and the Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group.
In his free time, Jason enjoys watching sports (especially baseball), rooting for Mizzou, trying different craft beers, and exploring Kansas City’s endless array of delicious food. He and his wife live in Westport with their dog, a pug.
Do you have a favorite quote?
“The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt
“Every book is a children’s book if the kid can read.” — Mitch Hedberg
“Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.” – John Wooden
Most prized accomplishment?
Getting a reversal on the first appellate brief I ever wrote.
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