Mrs Laura-Pauline Adcock-Jones > Thompson Smith and Puxon > Colchester, England > Lawyer Profile

Thompson Smith and Puxon

Work Department

Dispute Resolution. Commercial Litigation. Debt Recovery and Insolvency. Mediation.


Laura-Pauline Adcock-Jones, who qualified as a Solicitor in 2018, joined the TSP Dispute Resolution team in September 2019. She advises both commercial and private clients on a wide and varied range of general litigation matters including; landlord and tenant disputes (residential and commercial), breach of contract disputes, consumer disputes, construction disputes, neighbour disputes, harassment and injunctions, debt recovery, insolvency, contentious probate and professional negligence claims. Laura-Pauline is also a trained mediator.


Laura-Pauline obtained her Law Degree (with French language) from the University of Aberystwyth  in 2009 before completing the Bar Vocational Course in 2010 at City Law School, obtaining a Very Competent and thereafter undertaking her Legal Practice Course in 2016 also at City Law School, which she passed with distinction. Laura-Pauline further obtained her LLM in Legal Practice in 2017 with distinction on the subject of risk assessment within infant personal injury claims. She then cross- qualified as a solicitor having already qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executive (CILEX) in 2018.


English only.


University of Aberystwyth
City Law School

Lawyer Rankings

South East > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Essex

Thompson Smith and Puxon‘s ‘vibrant and forward-thinking’ dispute resolution team works closely with the firm’s other departments, including the corporate and commercial team, to offer broad advice to its clients. Colchester-based Andrew Breckenridge heads up the department following Sharon Auton’s retirement in December 2022, and is especially well versed in banking and construction disputes. ‘Standout team member’ Laura-Pauline Adcock-Jones is a trained civil-commercial mediator, and offers particular expertise in drafting pleadings and settlement agreements.