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Kim Jones Law - Chicago, IL

55 E. Monroe Ste.Ste 3200 Chicago, IL 60603

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Updated: 04/05/2022

Chicago Business Organizations Law Firm


Attorney Kim Jones has over 20 years legal experience. She began her career as an Illinois state prosecutor and spent time working in corporate America before launching her own practice.

She is both a compassionate counselor and an aggressive advocate for her clients. In addition to being an attorney, she is an ordained minister.

She earned her BA at the College of William & Mary and her law degree from Georgetown University...

About Kim Jones Law


  • English
  • Spanish

Practice Areas

  • Business Organizations




  • Vanessa Soman, Of Counsel
  • Rigoberto J. Rodriguez
  • Perla Ventura
  • Daniel Montes


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


55 E. Monroe Ste.Ste 3200 Chicago, IL 60603

Other Offices

Kim Jones Law 107 Luckie Street NW Atlanta, GA 30303

Kim Jones Law 173 Huguenot St. Suite 200 New Rochelle, NY 10801

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