Jason R. Dunn
Former U.S. Attorney, District Of Colorado
Jason R. Dunn was sworn in as the United States Attorney for the District of Colorado on October 26, 2018 after being unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate. As U.S. Attorney, Mr. Dunn oversees the prosecution of all federal crimes and the litigation of all civil matters involving the United States government in Colorado. He is also responsible for managing the day to day operations of the U.S. Attorney’s office in Colorado and its staff of over 190 people. Mr. Dunn serves on the Attorney General's Advisory Subcommittees for Cybercrime and Intellectual Property, Terrorism and National Security, Marijuana, and Native American Issues. He also serves as a member of the Department of Justice’s Procurement Collusion Strike Force targeting fraud, price fixing and bid rigging abuse in the government procurement process.
Mr. Dunn is a native Coloradan and the son of a public school teacher and school administrator. He is a proud triple-Buff, having received his undergraduate degree (B.S. - Finance), masters degree (Public Administration), and law degree from the University of Colorado. Following law school he clerked for the Honorable Nathan B. Coats, now Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court.
Prior to becoming the United States Attorney, Mr. Dunn was a shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP, specializing in public law, regulatory law, internal investigations, and campaign finance law. Before joining Brownstein Hyatt in 2007, he served the State of Colorado as Deputy Attorney General and Assistant Solicitor General under Attorney General (and former U.S. Attorney) John Suthers, where he helped lead a public law office of over 300 employees and shape Colorado’s legal policy and litigation strategy in federal and state courts.
During his legal career, Mr. Dunn also served on various non-profit boards, including the National Sports Center for the Disabled, the Colorado Meth Project (now Rise Above Colorado), the Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, and the Alliance for Choice in Education.
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