Jason DeCuir serves as Chief of Staff and Assistant Secretary for Legal Affairs with the Louisiana Department of Revenue (LDR). His responsibilities include supervision of the Litigation and Policy Services divisions, and the development of processes to enhance the state’s ability to fairly and efficiently collect revenues and administer the state’s tax laws.
Mr. DeCuir is an attorney and an expert in tax law. He earned his Juris Doctor from LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center. He holds a Master’s in Tax Law from Georgetown University and an MBA from Louisiana Tech. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in business administration from Howard University.
Before joining the Department of Revenue, Mr. DeCuir worked with several Baton Rouge law firms including Taylor, Porter, Brooks and Phillips and DeCuir, Clark and Adams.
He sits on the boards of numerous charitable and non-profit organizations, including The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, Boys and Girls Club of Baton Rouge and the Southern University MBA Advisory Board.
In 2006, the Baton Rouge Business Report honored Jason DeCuir as one of its Top Forty Under 40.
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