Greg Jones > Greene & Greene > Bury St Edmunds, England > Lawyer Profile

Greene & Greene
IP33 1QB

Work Department

Human Resources (Employment)




Greg qualified as a solicitor in 2009 and joined Greene & Greene in May 2016. He joined the Partnership in 2018.

Greg advises clients on a full range of contentious and non-contentious employment matters across a broad range of sectors. Recent work includes the negotiation and drafting of service agreements, sensitive tribunal disputes including claims of whistleblowing and discrimination, handling senior executive terminations, enforcing and resisting post termination restriction, and providing strategic advice on the employment aspects involved in re-organisations and intra-group transfers. Greg also regularly advises on corporate employment issues including acquisitions, business transfers and contract outsourcing.


Employment Lawyers Association


University of East Anglia: 2.1 LLB

Nottingham Trent Law School: Distinction LPC


Greg enjoys most sports, including skiing, sailing, tennis, hockey, football and golf.

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Employment > Employment

(Leading individuals)

Greg JonesGreene & Greene

Greene & Greene in Bury St Edmunds has ‘a very friendly and professional team that is accessible, flexible and quick to grasp an understanding of the context when giving advice’. The firm’s work for large regional employers encompasses complex discrimination and whistleblowing claims, equal pay disputes, TUPE matters, redundancies and restructuring, disputes relating to post-termination restrictions, senior exits, data protection issues, and more. ‘Truly outstanding‘ practice head Selene Holden ‘has a very quick and intuitive mind‘. ‘Great listener’ Greg Jones is noted as being ‘able to empathise and calmly advise’. Specialist employment barrister Angharad Ellis Owen  and senior associate Katie Harris-Wright also play key roles in the practice.