Jones Law Firm’s Emily Jones has been selected to serve on Governor Greg Gianforte’s 13th Judicial District Advisory Council to assist in reviewing qualified candidates to fill the district court judge vacancy in the 13th Judicial District (Yellowstone County).
“Bringing decades of experience working in their communities, the members of 13th and 18th Judicial Districts Advisory Councils will support me in identifying exceptional candidates to serve as the district court judges in the 13th and 18th Judicial Districts,” Gov. Gianforte said. “Under my direction, the advisory councils will identify well-qualified candidates who are committed to the fair, consistent, and objective application of the law and who will interpret laws, not make them from the bench.”
Jones Law Firm attorney Emily Jones is pleased to add the United States Supreme Court to the list of courts in which she is admitted to practice. Emily was admitted to the bar of SCOTUS on June 21, 2021 on the motion of Anita Y. Milanovich, general counsel to Montana Governor Greg Gianforte. Emily is honored to be a part of this distinguished bar.
Jones Law Firm is pleased to be relocating to downtown Billings in the Fourth Floor of the Historic Montana Power Building. Jones Law Firm purchased the Fourth Floor at the end of 2020. We are excited to be joining the vibrant downtown Billings scene. Jones Law Firm’s new address is:
Jones Law Firm, PLLC
115 N. Broadway, Suite 410
Billings, MT 59101
Jones Law Firm’s Emily Jones has been selected to serve on the Transition Advisory Committee for Attorney General-Elect Austin Knudsen. Emily is excited to bring her 12 years of civil practice and litigation experience representing Montana small business, cities and towns, nonprofits, and individuals to the table to assist AG-Elect Knudsen in his transition to the Montana Department of Justice. Emily joins 11 other Montanans selected for the transition team.
“I’m excited to have such a great group leading our transition,” Attorney General-Elect Austin Knudsen said. “Our committee represents a broad cross-section of Montanans that will help us put together a capable, hardworking team to lead the Department of Justice.”
The Department of Justice is Montana’s top law enforcement and legal agency with nearly 900 employees across the state.
This rating is reserved for attorneys demonstrating the highest level of professional excellence and ethical standing. Her peers describe Emily as “a competent, highly ethical lawyer,” a “practical problem-solver,” a “determined and effective litigator,” and “the epitome of grace under pressure.”