- Georgia State University College of Law '97
Georgia State University '92
Jason Poulos (B.S. ’92, J.D.’97) is the compliance director for Manheim, a subsidiary of Cox Enterprises, Inc., where he focuses his practice on domestic and international legal, regulatory, and commercial compliance and investigations. Previously, he was apart of the Weinberg, Wheeler, Hudgins, Gunn & Dial law firm, where, in addition to compliance and investigations, he also focused on commercial litigation.
Prior to that, he spent over 10 years in-house at Georgia-Pacific LLC, where he focused his efforts in global anti-corruption law and compliance, internal investigations, and domestic and international commercial disputes. He spent the first five years of his legal career at Alston & Bird, LLC, where his practice comprised commercial, securities, and ERISA fiduciary litigation.
Poulos is a master in the Bleckley Inn of Court and a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, where he serves on the board of the Corporate Counsel Section and the Lawyers’ Club of Atlanta. Poulos has also performed pro bono work with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers’ Foundation’s One Child, One Lawyer program. He graduated from Georgia State University College of Law in 1997, and during law school, he was an officer of the Moot Court Board and a competitor with the Student Trial Lawyers’ Association. In 1997, where his STLA mock trial team won the Southeastern regional tournament. Poulos received a degree in accounting from GSU in 1992, after having spent over a year in Germany with a U.S. Congressional scholarship program. Jason is fluent in German.