Taylor English Duma's LeeAnn Jones Selected to Leadership Atlanta Class of 2015
Taylor English Duma LLP is pleased to announce that LeeAnn Jones has been selected as one of Leadership Atlanta’s Class of 2015. Celebrating more than 44 years of developing leaders, Leadership Atlanta is the oldest sustained community leadership program in the nation, connecting and inspiring leaders to strengthen metro Atlanta’s communities. Jones is one of 77 leaders selected for the 2015 class. The full list of participants in Leadership Atlanta’s 2015 class is available at www.leadershipatlanta.org. Taylor English has a history with Leadership Atlanta. Jones joins a group of seven attorneys who have previously been selected as participants of the program. Taylor English’s founding partner Marc Taylor and attorneys Bill Clineburg, Lisa Chang, Glianny Fagundo, Michael Johnson, Linzy Scott, and Michael Trotter are graduates of Leadership Atlanta. Participants are selected to represent a broad cross-section of metro Atlanta during a nine-month, executive-level training program. Jones will participate in retreats, seminars, service projects, discussion groups and community tours to explore critical community issues, and hone her skills as a trusted leader. At Taylor English, Jones represents companies in a variety of industries in complex litigation matters, including commercial, personal injury, and products liability litigation. She also has developed, implemented and led national and regional litigation programs to assist clients in efficiently managing and coordinating discovery and litigation. In addition, Jones is a Henning-trained mediator and arbitrator registered with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. Jones is active in the community, serving as a board member and volunteer for a number of local and national organizations. She is a member of the American, Atlanta and Georgia State Bar Associations, and the Stonewall Bar Association. She also has served on the Boards of the Human Rights Campaign, Jerusalem House and other service organizations. Jones received her undergraduate degree and her law degree from the University of Georgia.