Alyease D. Jones is an attorney and founder of The Law Office of Alyease Jones. Attorney Jones has serviced her community through her legal expertise. She is an experienced professional who enjoys providing her clients with quality legal assistance.
Our mission is to provide affordable legal services to those in need of legal counsel. Our quest is to promote justice and guarantee equality to all clients while maintaining a high degree of integrity and working zealously to protect our client's legal and constitutional rights. The firm's goal is to bridge the gap between the law and the community.
Alyease Jones was born on the Southside of Chicago. She was raised in Bolingbrook, Il. Alyease was raised to understand the importance of community involvement and education.
Attorney Jones graduated from Northern Illinois University and received her Bachelors of Science in Political Science—emphasizing public law. She has always been focused on servicing her community through the law. While in college, she took various leadership positions, and she was named as an honorable mention in the Unity in Diversity speech contest sponsored by the English Department of Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Jones graduated from Northern Illinois University as a member of Pi Sigma Alpha—a Political Science Honor Society. She was also deemed a Political Science Scholar.
Mrs. Jones received her law degree Cum Laude at Western Michigan University-Cooley Law School. Mrs. Jones received recognition on the Dean’s List and Honor Roll while she attended law school. During her time in law school, she received a scholarship for academic success. After graduating from law school, she became licensed to practice law in Illinois.
Attorney Jones is a proud participant of the Chicago Bar Foundation's Justice Entrepreneurship Project. Attorney Jones has volunteered at E.V.E. (End Violent Encounters), Sixty Plus Elderlaw Clinic, Washtenaw Public Defender's Clinic, C.A.R.P.L.S. Legal Aid Hotline (Chicago Advice and Referral Program for Legal Services), Chicago Legal Clinic, and Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. She is also a mentor to high school students.