Stephanie Jones

Senior Lecturer

School of Law and Social Science

Harris Building, HB256

+44 (0) 1772 89 5311

Subject Areas: Law

Stephanie is a qualified solicitor with experience in commercial law including company, intellectual property and insolvency. At the University, she is course leader for the MLaw programme and has helped to developed the trail-blazing Skills Spine which forms an integral part of the School’s undergraduate programmes. She also runs the commercial side of the pro-bono law clinic.

Teaching activities and responsibilities 

  • Business Law & Practice
  • Intellectual Property
  • Interviewing, Employability and Professional Development
  • Negotiation Skills
  • MLaw Course Leader
  • Careers Tutor

Full Profile

Stephanie teaches across a wide range of subjects and programmes, including the undergraduate degree courses, postgraduate Legal Practice Course and professional updating courses, in the subject areas of business, insolvency, intellectual property and skills including interviewing, negotiation and general employability. Stephanie is a careers tutor within the school with particular responsibility for advising and helping to prepare final year undergraduates as they progress to graduate careers. Stephanie is course leader for the MLaw programme which is the School of Law and Social Science's integrated undergraduate Masters degree course featuring the qualifying law degree and the Legal Practice Course.

Experience and Qualifications

  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court 
  • Law Society Finals, College of Law Chester 
  • B.A. (Hons) St. Peter’s College, Oxford University

Membership of professional and learned bodies

  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court
  • Member of the Law Society of England and Wales
  • Commercial pro-bono law clinic
  • Accounting Cooperative set-up legal advisor

External Affiliations and Roles

  • External Examiner for University of Law


Research Activities

  • Pro-Bono and Clinical Legal Education – examination of the driving forces behind the provision of free legal support and advice
  • Developments in Intellectual Property law
  • Current issues in commercial law