Jason Lallis draws on his experience from Capitol Hill and K Street to provide his clients unparalleled representation that enables them to achieve their most sought-after real estate objectives. Prior to joining RLAH, he spent his days lobbying Congress on behalf of several corporations and non-profit organizations, where he successfully negotiated key legislation. As a senior aide on the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, Jason built a reputation as a relentless negotiator, but also one who could build allies on both sides of the aisle.
A native Washingtonian who grew up in Mitchellville, MD, Jason attended DeMatha Catholic High School, where he excelled in music, academics, and athletics. He received a scholarship to play football at Virginia Tech, and served as a team captain for the 2004 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) champions. After earning a degree in Marketing Management, Jason brought the intensity he gained from the playing field to corporate America.
At the onset of his career, as a top performing pharmaceutical sales representative in the DC area, he sold and marketed more than $20 million in products and secured exclusive deals with area hospitals and military facilities. Recognizing that an understanding of the law benefitted those engaged in business transactions, Jason attended the University of Baltimore School of Law in the evenings. He became a member of the Bar of the State of Maryland in November 2011.
When I'm not selling real estate
When he’s not selling real estate, Jason currently resides in Northwest DC with his wife, Jacie. He is an avid DC sports fan who enjoys his summers boating on the Potomac River.