About Elizabeth Jones
Elizabeth successfully completed her pupillage at Park Lane Chambers in 2002. Prior to this she worked "in-house" at a leading firm of solicitors in Manchester undertaking Personal injury work.
Elizabeth conducts trials in the County Court nationwide and has developed a particular interest in costs.
|Education:||LLB (Hons), Nottingham Law School, CCH Company law prize |
|Professional Associations:||Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA); Professional Negligence Bar Association (PNBA).|
Specialist Practice Areas
1. What a refreshing change to find a Barrister not so full of their own self-importance but focused on the task in hand. Felt very comfortable after a few minutes into the initial briefing that we were being represented by the right barrister with a clear agenda.
2. Ms Jones was superb, clear concise analysis of the facts, presented in a professional manner to an excellent Judge on the day. Exposing all of the inconsistencies with the TP witness statements, realistically there could be only one conclusion.
3. Whilst we always felt the case was strong, without the expertise of Ms Jones it could have been a different result. Highly recommended.
Crashing Out' - an examination of the decision in Casey v Cartwright (2006); Solicitors Journal, 1 December 2006.
Low Velocity Imprant Claims Fraud and Dishonesty
'Trippers and Slippers'
'Employers' Liability Update 2006/2007'
Mock Trials - Highway and RTA disputes