Judge Jennifer Neal-Jones brings over twenty (20) years of
experience to the bench. She is a
veteran of the United States Army, where she served honorably and received
numerous awards and commendations.
Judge Neal-Jones attended Saint Louis University for law school
and undergraduate studies, where she graduated magna cum laude. In 2001, Judge Neal-Jones relocated from
Missouri to Georgia.
In 2002, Judge Neal-Jones began her own practice, focusing on criminal
and immigration law. Over the years,
she expanded her practice to include personal injury, juvenile justice, and
more recently, adoption law.
Judge Neal-Jones has a passion for those suffering from mental
illness and has worked with judges and lawyers to establish better mental
health legal practices. She has volunteered with the Gwinnett County Pro Bono
Project and the Dekalb Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.
Judge Neal-Jones is
married, and she and her husband Andrew have four adult children. Judge Neal-Jones is an avid tennis player,
and she enjoys traveling and spending time with her large extended family.