Jase C. Carter
Attorney / Owner
Jase understands legal issues are stressful, and he can help. He has experience assisting workers with various employment problems, including unfair pay, discrimination, and wrongful termination. Jase handles all levels of a worker’s case. That may include counseling workers, filing lawsuits, and taking cases to trial.
Jase grew up outside St. Louis in St. Peters, Missouri, and graduated from law school with honors in 2011. He had the opportunity to become an Assistant Attorney General upon graduation and moved to mid-Missouri. He gained valuable trial and appellate experience at the Attorney General’s Office where he won multiple jury trials and two oral arguments before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. In 2013, Jase became a Senior Adviser and Director of the Business Services Division at the Missouri Secretary of State’s Office. The Division consisted of nearly 50 employees in four different offices, and Jase was directly responsible for all personnel matters.
Since working for the State of Missouri, Jase moved to private practice in St. Louis. He opened Carter Firm in the beginning of 2017 and has seen the firm grow every year.
J.D., magna cum laude, Saint Louis University School of Law, 2011 (Law Journal, Editor of the Year 2011)
B.A., Oklahoma Baptist University, 2004 (Interdisciplinary Studies)
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
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