Project Description

Jamie Jones


I began my career working for a firm of specialist lawyers in the city and after a few years, gained a training contract with a multi-office and multi-discipline, high-street firm. There, I completed my training in civil litigation and private client whilst maintaining a busy costs practice and eventually being admitted to the roll in 2015.

Since Sir Rupert Jackson’s legislative reforms in April 2013 (and the introduction of costs budgeting for multi-track claims) I have been leading in costs management and recovery for SRB as well as practicing in civil litigation including debt recovery and enforcement proceedings, contract/agreement disputes and resolving general civil disputes.


Outside of work, I am an avid theatre-goer; enjoy eating out with friends; reading; seeing my favourite musicians and travelling as often as I can.

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Jamie Jones - Solicitor

Before joining Stone Rowe Brewer, I worked for one of the UK’s largest personal injury firms, advising other solicitors in all aspects of costs management and litigation. I am passionate that a disciplined and thorough approach to costs, based on actual experience is hugely beneficial to a successful legal practice.

I am very fortunate to be working for such a dedicated team where client care is at the heart of everything we do and I look forward to growing a specialist in-house costs environment and furthering my litigation career at the firm. In July 2018, I was appointed as the Costs and Funding Group Secretary by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).

I am also an accredited mediator (Civil and Commercial) and in that capacity, I am able accept instructions to attempt to settle disputes at a confidential meeting which has the benefit of saving time, emotional distress, reputations and often, significant costs. Mediation is an emerging and extremely important alternative dispute resolution method which should be considered at the earliest stage possible in any civil or commercial dispute. If you have a family dispute and require the help of a mediator, my colleague, Lisa Broddle, will be happy to assist you.

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a completely voluntary and confidential form of alternative dispute resolution. It involves an independent, impartial person helping two or more individuals or groups (separately or together) reach a solution that’s acceptable to everyone.

Mediators are not engaged to make judgments or decide on matters – they ask questions and assist parties in understanding issues. A good mediator will help a party clarify their objectives and identify the important issues in resolving a difference or dispute.

Qualifications & Education:

  • LLB Law with American Studies (Hons)  

  • Accredited Mediator (London School of Mediation)

  • Education:  Swansea University & SUNY Albany, USA

  • Departments: Civil Litigation, Costs Litigation, Mediation


  • APIL Costs and Funding Group Secretary
  • Accredited Mediator (Civil & Commercial)


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