- PhD candidate
Jones has been in practice in the UK since 1973, mainly in commercial and common law, employment law and arbitration, together with a good experience of criminal law.
Jones practises general criminal law.
In the late 1980s, Jones accepted an invitation to join a commercial set in Enugu, where he remained until 1996. The work was essentially commercial and common law, including contracts, sale of goods and some administrative law.
Thereafter, Jones returned to the UK and undertook research at Kingston University on an aspect of arbitration law and practice. He was admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in 2000. Since then, he has been engaged in a commercial and common law practice, including arbitration and property law.
Jones also has experience in administrative law.
- Fellow of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
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