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Jason C. Long represents clients in all phases of eminent domain, property taxation, real estate, and land use cases, as well as representing clients in appellate litigation. Mr. Long is a shareholder with Steinhardt Pesick & Cohen, P.C., and has successfully represented clients in Michigan's trial courts, the Michigan Tax Tribunal, and the Michigan Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.
After graduating from law school, Mr. Long began his career with an exclusive position as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Michael F. Cavanagh, Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. He assisted Justice Cavanagh in evaluating and resolving numerous cases before the Michigan Supreme Court.
Mr. Long's professional memberships include the Oakland County Bar Association, the Incorporated Society of Irish-American Lawyers, and the State Bar of Michigan. Since 2009, he has served as Chair of the State Bar of Michigan Real Property Law Section's State and Local Tax Committee.
He has achieved numerous academic honors, including membership in the Golden Key National Honor Society and the Justice Frank Murphy Honor Society of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. During law school, Mr. Long served as the Executive Editor of the University of Detroit Mercy Law Review.
Mr. Long has published a number of works on topics including eminent domain, taxation, and other real estate issues. In addition to writing the "Real and Personal Property Tax" chapter in ICLE's Real Estate Taxes in Michigan, Mr. Long has published articles in the University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, the Michigan State Law Review, the Wayne Law Review, the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review, and the Michigan Real Property Review.
Jason C. Long attended the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, where he received the Jerome P. Cavanagh Scholarship and graduated summa cum laude. Mr. Long completed his undergraduate education at Oakland University, where he received a full academic scholarship. He earned his Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, with majors in both political science and philosophy, and was named the Oakland University Philosophy Honor Graduate for his graduating class. Mr. Long also studied real estate development at the Rackham Graduate School at the University of Michigan.