Ms. Jones is an Associate in the Albuquerque office where she practices in the Business Department. Her practice focuses primarily in estate and business planning including trust formation, trust and estate administration, and entity formation and counseling.
While attending the Seattle University School of Law, Ms. Jones received numerous accolades including the Presidential Law Scholarship for her exceptional aptitude for the study of law as well as the CALI Awards for Highest Grade in Public International Law, Community Development & Entrepreneurship Clinic, and Legal Writing II. While earning her J.D, Ms. Jones served as the Marketing, Business, and Events Editor for the Seattle Journal for Social Justice, was a Fellow in the Gorton Center Global Leaders Program, and interned with the Wayfind Microenterprise Legal Clinic.
State Bar of New Mexico
New Mexico Estate Planning Council
National Museum of Nuclear Science and History | Board Member, Executive Committee
Albuquerque Community Foundation Future Fund | Board Member
New Mexico Changemakers | 2022 Fellow
Seattle University School of Law (J.D. 2019, cum laude)
UNM Anderson School of Management (MBA 2015, with honors)
University of New Mexico (B.A. 2015, summa cum laude)
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