Eliza A. Jones
Eliza Jones concentrates her practice in the areas of family law and litigation.
Prior to joining Glankler Brown, Ms. Jones worked as a law clerk to Judge Ross Dyer at the Tennessee Criminal Court of Appeals and as law clerk to Judge Valerie Smith at Shelby County Circuit Court, where she researched and composed memoranda on issues involving but not limited to child custody, divorce, privacy expert witnesses, HIPAA and complex legal issues in criminal appeals.
She graduated from University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law where she served on the staff of the Memphis Law Review, as Executive Director of the Student Bar Association, as Domestic Violence Track Leader with the Public Action Law Society and as In-School Liaison with the Association of Women Attorneys.
Ms. Jones also worked as a Creative Intern at Chaotic Good Studios in Los Angeles, where she worked on a team drafting content for potential scripts, story lines, comic books and internet media.
- University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, J.D.
- Florida State University, B.S., Political Science; B.A., Editing, Writing & Media
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
- Advocate, Pads for Prisons Project, traveled to universities nationwide as a speech advocate educating students on the status and violation of incarcerated women’s basic human rights while collecting hygiene products to donate to women’s detention centers
Nail in the Coffin: The Mandatory Arbitration Epidemic on Employee Rights, forthcoming in Volume 50, University of Memphis Law Review