Douglas L. Jones, Esquire

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Biography

Author: "Discovering the Public Interest: A History of the Boston Bar Association," 1993; "The Transformation of the Law of Poverty in Eighteenth-Century Massachusetts," Law in Colonial Massachusetts, 1630-1800, 1984; "The Caprice of Juries," 24 American Journal of Leg. His. 307, 1980; "The Sweat Case and the Development of Legal Education For Negroes in Texas," 47 Texas Law Review, 677, 1969. Instructor in Law and History, Tufts University, 1975-1981; Brandeis University, 1986.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Leasing
  • Corporate Law
  • Nonprofit Corporations

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
857-255-0088  Phone
857-255-0092  Fax
www.dljesqlaw.com
University Attended:
Duke University, B.A., 1966; Brandeis University, Ph.D., 1975
Law School Attended:
Harvard Law School, J.D., 1984
Year of First admission:
1985
Admission:
1985, Massachusetts
Memberships:
Massachusetts Bar Association.
ISLN:
906109180

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