We are proud to announce that Jason M. Hatfield has been inducted into The College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers. This community was established to honor attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice in the field of workers’ compensation. Membership is based on the outstanding traits they have developed in their practice of twenty years, or longer, representing plaintiffs, defendants, serving as judges, or acting for the benefit of all in education, overseeing agencies and developing legislation.
Jason has practiced law since 1997 and has convinced his peers, the bar, bench, and public that he possesses the highest professional qualifications and ethical standards, integrity, character, professional expertise, and leadership.
In addition, as a member Jason is committed to fostering and furthering the objectives of the College and will continue to display the following traits in his day to day practice of workers’ compensation and related fields:
- Stand out to newer attorneys as a model of professionalism in deportment and advocacy;
- Continue to earn the respect of the bench, opposing counsel and the community;
- Display civility in an adversarial relationship;
- Avoid allowing ideological differences to affect civility in negotiations, litigation and other aspects of law practice;
- Demonstrate an active interest in resolving issues;
- Be a student of the law;
- Have a thirst for knowledge in all areas of the law that affects their representation of their clients in Workers’ Compensation or their duties in adjudicating cases brought before them;
- Actively participate in the state, local, and/or National Bar.
Furthermore, Jason is committed to fostering and furthering the objectives of the College and as a Fellow has taken the following Oath:
“By accepting your Fellowship in the College you commit yourself to lifelong dedication to the maintenance of the highest standards of professional conduct, and scholarly pursuits; absolute integrity with clients, opponents, colleagues and the bench; to excellence in the presentation of law and fact designed to produce to the trier of fact and the decider of law the most reasoned of result; and to a demeanor which manifests respect for the legal process and its participants.”