Anya Jones was born in Metairie, Louisiana and grew up in the River Parishes. She graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Arts and the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science. She later earned her juris doctor from Southern University Law Center. While in law school, she was a member of the Journal of Race, Gender & Poverty and was published in the journal for her work, “Full faith, but credit declined.”
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Jones lived in many places throughout the country, worked as a judicial law clerk at the 40th Judicial District Court for the Honorable Judge Mary Hotard Becnel, and successfully represented plaintiffs and defendants in various legal matters in both state and federal courts. She appreciates having a diverse background, always seeks new challenges, relishes in helping others, and utilizes her perseverance, experience, and aggressive disposition to meet the needs of her clients. Her practice primarily focuses on litigating collective and class actions, personal injury, and property damage claims.
Ms. Jones is a member of the American Bar Association, the Military Spouse J.D. Network, and the National Human Resources Association. She also volunteers her time with My Sister’s Keeper, a nonprofit domestic violence awareness organization, and the “CHARM School,” a judicial outreach program sponsored by the 40 th Judicial District Court for female juvenile offenders.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Property Damage Claims