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Roland’s Bio

Roland G. Jones, Esq.
Practice Overview

Mr. Jones has been a practicing bankruptcy attorney for the last two decades. He has primarily focussed on representing corporate defendants in preference and fraudulent conveyance litigation. Mr. Jones has a national client base and he has also represented corporate clients based in Europe and the Far East.

Prior to establishing his own practice, Mr. Jones served as a judicial law clerk for Judge Cecilia Goetz in Long Island, New York and for Judge Conrad Duberstein in Brooklyn, New York.

Mr. Jones is the founder of the National Association of Bankruptcy Litigators (NABL).

When not representing clients, Mr. Jones enjoys sailing and playing Texas Hold’em poker.

Bar Admissions

New York State Bar Admission – 1990
United States District Court Southern District of New York –1991
United States District Court Eastern District of New York –1991

Professional Memberships

Founder and President: National Association of Bankruptcy Litigators (NABL)
Member: New York State Bar Association
Member: Association of Bar City of New York
Member: Turnaround Management Association
Member: American Bankruptcy Institute

Education
1972 – 1977: The Horace Mann School
1977 – 1979: Vassar College
1985 – 1987: Columbia University
1987 – 1990: Brooklyn Law School