Jason S. Bolio, Esq.

Jason attended St. Johns High School in Shrewsbury, MA. Upon graduation in 1995, he enrolled at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Jason was accepted to New York Law School in New York City, and graduated cum laude in 2002 with his Juris Doctor degree (J.D.). During law school, he was a legal intern for the New York City Fire Department’s Bureau of Investigations and Trials, prosecuting FDNY personnel such as EMTs, firefighters and civilian employees for violating provisions of their disciplinary code. Thereafter, Jason worked as a law clerk at the Law Office of Paul Forster, where he assisted the former Tax Commissioner of New York City with work related to estate planning and taxes, as well as with civil litigation.

Upon completion of law school, Jason returned to the Boston area and joined the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office in Dedham, MA, where he was the Supervising Attorney at Dedham District Court, overseeing all district court criminal matters, pre-trial and trial (misdemeanors and felonies) for the towns of Wellesley, Westwood, Dedham, Dover, Needham, Medfield and Norwood, and all jury trial matters for the towns of Brookline, Stoughton, Avon, Sharon and Canton.

In 2004, Jason was promoted to the Major Felony Unit where he practiced exclusively in the Norfolk Superior Court. He also was employed at the Suffolk District Attorney’s Office in Boston, working as a Special Assistant District Attorney, prosecuting conflict cases in Suffolk Superior Court and Brighton District Court.

During his tenure in District and Superior Court, Jason successfully completed the Career Prosecutor Course at the National College of District Attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina and the Prosecuting Drug Cases Course at the National College of District Attorneys in St. Louis, Missouri.

In 2006, Jason went into private practice, becoming a partner in Bolio & Fabiano, where he worked for the next six years before founding Bolio & Company. In his years as an attorney, Jason has been lead trial counsel in over 100 jury trials and in hundreds of bench trials, both civil and criminal. He has also handled thousands of pre-trial civil and criminal matters.

Since 2007, Jason has been a member of the Norfolk County Medical Malpractice Tribunal. Perhaps, he is most proud of his current volunteer work as a founding member and defense counsel in the first Veteran’s Treatment Court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, assisting returning veterans with their legal matters .