Miss Jennifer Jones > Atkin Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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Miss Jennifer Jones
Jennifer has a wide-ranging practice with experience in domestic courts (in particular the TCC) and of mediation, adjudication and both domestic and international arbitration.
Jennifer’s main areas of specialisation are construction, engineering and infrastructure, professional negligence and energy. Jennifer has acted for the full range of parties in disputes arising from the design and construction of various building and civil engineering projects, including process plant, infrastructure (including procured by PFI), and commercial and residential properties.
She is currently focusing in particular on a high-value multi-party infrastructure dispute in the Caribbean, as well as regularly appearing in the High Court for example in the recent decision of Babcock vs HS Barrier  EWHC 1659 (TCC) concerning the allocation of jurisdiction between England and Scotland. In the energy sector her experience encompasses both oil and gas disputes, and increasingly renewables and nuclear projects disputes.
Jennifer’s professional negligence experience includes dealing with a variety of claims involving a wide-range of professionals and consultants in the construction and engineering sector, including architects, engineers, surveyors and contractors. Jennifer also has valuable experience in disputes concerning the construction and enforcement of guarantees/ bonds and of jurisdictional and conflicts issues, which regularly arise as incidental to other matters.
Called to Lincoln’s Inn in 2003; MA(Oxon) Law with Law Studies in Europe.
Good working knowledge French.
TECBAR, COMBAR, SCL.