Greg Jones is an attorney with Arseneault & Fassett, LLP, focusing his practice on criminal law and litigation. He is a graduate of Rutgers School of Law and was among the first recipients of the school’s Criminal Law and Procedures Certificate.
As a law student, Greg was a member of the Rutgers Law Review, for which he served as Commentaries Editor, and his student note, “Over–Criminalization and the Need for a Crime Paradigm," was published in Volume 66 of the Rutgers law review within the issue corresponding with the Review’s 2014 symposium addressing the systemic issue over incarceration.
During his second year at Rutgers law, Greg served as research assistant to Professor Vera Bergelson in developing her essay “Self-Defense and Risks.” Greg is well-versed in our practice and knows and understands our clients, and his analytical and writing abilities have been an asset since he joined the firm in 2011, first as a paralegal and subsequently as a law clerk. Now an attorney, Greg’s considerable talents and already extensive experience handling complex civil and criminal litigation matters offers clients a level of sophistication and legal acumen not often found in a young attorney.