Law Offices of Reeves Jones Experienced Mississippi Trial Attorney
Attorney Reeves Jones
About Reeves Jones

Reeves Jones is a fifth generation Mississippian who lives in Madison County. For nearly thirty years he has maintained a full-service law office centrally located in Jackson, where he handles cases primarily in Madison, Rankin, Hinds and Yazoo counties. Through the years Reeves has also represented clients over the entire breadth of the state of Mississippi, from Biloxi to Memphis, and from Greenville to Meridian.

Reeves is married to Dorothy Chadwick and together they live in a beautiful Greek revival home outside Canton, Mississippi. Reeves's two children-Spencer and Alexandra-attend the University of Mississippi. Reeves and Dorothy attend First United Methodist Church in Canton, where Reeves is active in children's ministries and church music under the direction of Kathy Hammack. Reeves's hobbies include guitar and singing, songwriting (he is a member of ASCAP), gardening, antique cars and performing his music for local nursing and retirement homes. As part of his ministry, Reeves often does pro bono work for retired men and women who need powers of attorney, wills and general legal information pertaining to Elder Law.

Reeves Jones has recognized success in all types of personal injury litigation, medical malpractice, 18-wheeler accidents, severe traumatic brain injury, wrongful death cases, litigated divorces, child custody issue, asset distribution disputes, alienation of affection actions, contract disputes and employment discrimination.

CONTACT

P: 601-354-3794
E: RJones@ReevesJonesLaw.com


EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.)
Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi 1974

Master of Arts Degree (M.A.)
University of Mississippi 1978

Doctor of Juris Prudence (JD)
University of Mississippi Law School 1982


EXPERIENCE

Private Law Practice 1982 through present

Licensed to Practice Law in:

Civil Jury Trials in state and federal courts

Criminal Jury Trials in state and federal courts

Chancery Court Trials without jury

Mediation Practice