Jones Law, PLLC, is pleased to announce that Zachary Jones (Fayetteville, Tennessee) has been appointed as a member of the House of Delegates for the Tennessee Bar Association, representing the 17th Judicial District. Mr. Jones will serve a four-year term in the House. The 17th Judicial District covers Bedford, Lincoln, Marshall, and Moore counties.
The TBA House of Delegates considers, debates, and makes policy recommendations on matters of interest and concern to the legal profession. Regarding his appointment, Mr. Jones stated “I look forward to serving the people of Lincoln, Bedford, Marshall, and Moore County by pushing policies that expand available legal services.” When asked about his goals, Mr. Jones said he wants to focus on “improving access to justice because being able to take a grievance to an independent judge and jury of your peers is a fundamental American right. We hear a lot of talk about ‘law and order’ but without access to the courts and a skilled attorney who can take you through the process, law and order is just punchline for TV pundits.”
Zachary Jones is the founding member of Jones Law, PLLC (www.JonesAdvice.com). In addition to the practice of law, Zach is a published author and national speaker on the topic of real estate development, design, and construction law. Prior to Jones Law, Zach practiced at a large firm in Nashville, TN, and Louisville, KY, and as Corporate Counsel and Risk Manager for a large engineering firm. Zach earned his law degree, magna cum laude, from The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, and his undergraduate degree at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN. He is a member of the American, Tennessee, and Kentucky Bar Associations; sits on the ACEC Legal Counsel Forum, ASCE Claims Avoidance Committee, Tennessee Association of Construction Counsel, ABA Forum on Construction Law, and ACEC Risk Management Committee. Zach is admitted to practice before all courts, state and federal, in Tennessee and Kentucky, as well as before the U.S. Court of Claims and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Press inquiries may be sent to Katie Steuart (assistant@JonesAdvice.com).