Areas of law:
Prisoner Assistance, Re-Categorisation
Taylor Jones is a Trainee Solicitor based in our Bristol office, covering Wales and the Southwest. Taylor is currently working with the Prison Law department and manages her own caseload, supervised by her supervisor. Taylor’s main caseload is made up of recall and parole cases, though she has also managed recategorisation cases.
Taylor graduated the University of South Wales with a degree in LLB Legal Practice Exempting, where she also achieved an LPC.
Taylor has held many volunteer roles prior to joining Reeds, including a Student Volunteer for the Family Litigant in Person Help Desk; Student Advisor at a Legal Advice Clinic, University of South Wales; Student Volunteer, Citizens Advice Bureau, Pontypridd; Student Volunteer, ELIPS- Employment Tribunal; Placement- Shadowing a Criminal Defence Solicitor, Stefan Simms; Placement- Shadowing a Criminal Defence Solicitor, Sue Cameron; Student Volunteer, Freedom Law Clinic Project. Taylor also had a previous placement at Geldard’s Law Firm.
With her high level of organisation, good management and excellent teamwork and communication skills, Taylor enjoys her work and is very passionate about providing a high standard of representations on behalf of her clients. Taylor understands that her clients may remain in custody without good quality work, and she is passionate about being able to provide a voice for her clients which is crucial and allows their evidence to be considered by the Parole Board.