Jonathon focuses his practice on higher education law, with concentrated emphasis on the institutional eligibility and financial responsibility requirements for institutions to participate in the Title IV federal student aid programs, as well as other requirements pertaining to the 90/10 Rule revenue limit, cohort default rates, and the pending Gainful Employment Rule to measure the eligibility of individual educational programs.
He has advised a great many institutions and investors regarding the constantly changing regulatory requirements that apply to sales and acquisitions and the recertification process. He has also represented many institutions in proceedings before the U.S. Department of Education's case teams and administrative law judges. Jonathon is regarded as an authority on the financial responsibility of postsecondary institutions.
Prior to graduating from law school, Jonathon was a newspaper reporter in Minnesota and the U.S. Virgin Islands and then press secretary to the Virgin Islands Delegate to Congress.
Georgetown University Law Center
Pacific School of Religion
BA, 1975, cum laude
Admissions & credentials
District of Columbia
Memberships & affiliations
National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA)
Alt. Delegate, Representing CCA in U.S. Dept. of Educ. Negotiated Rulemaking, 2000