About Jason Strojny

Jason Strojny concentrates his practice in white-collar criminal defense, securities litigation, and complex civil litigation in state and federal courts. He joined Libby Hoopes Brooks as a law clerk in 2019 and was promoted to Associate Attorney after he was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 2021. Jason counsels and represents clients in government investigations and enforcement actions, including the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission, in matters involving the anti-fraud provisions of the Securities Exchange Act, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, Obstruction of Justice, and several others.

Jason previously worked as a law clerk at the United States Attorney’s Office, where he served in the Public Corruption Unit. He managed electronic discovery, reviewed complex financial documents, and facilitated grand jury investigations to assist the U.S. government in obtaining indictments of public officials. Jason also served in the Narcotics and Money Laundering Unit, where he worked closely with federal agents and prosecutors investigating individuals involved in large-scale narcotics distribution. Notably, he aided federal prosecutors in securing guilty verdicts in both a major felony sex trafficking case and a fentanyl distribution case.

Jason graduated magna cum laude from Suffolk University Law School. He served on the editorial board for the Suffolk University Law Review and published articles on the Law Review website in the areas of constitutional law, criminal law, and securities law. He was awarded the Suffolk University Law School’s Jurisprudence Award three times for the highest grade in criminal law, evidence, and securities regulation. He also received the Best Oral Advocate Award in his Legal Practice Skills class and is a member of the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honors Society.

Jason is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, where he was a member of the football team and was selected for the Massachusetts Collegiate Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. During his undergraduate studies, he interned at the White House where he assisted in responding, on behalf of the President, to public communications with the White House.