CHANTAL D. JONES
Chantal D. Jones, Esq, is a graduate of Widener University School of Law, and an undergraduate of Millersville University earning a BA in Government and Political Affairs with a minor in Sociology/Criminology. As a licensed member of the Georgia Bar, Chantal specializes in the area of entertainment, intellectual property, contracts, and business law. Having a personal passion for the Arts, Chantal’s specialty lies in the music and film industry. Chantal’s main goal is to assist clients in making the best decisions for their entertainment careers and securing and getting the best protection possible.
As a Philadelphia native, Chantal has performed in several theatrical productions since her adolescence at the Walnut Street Theater and the Prince Music Theater and also graduated from the Philadelphia Dance Company (Philadanco).
After receiving her J.D., Chantal worked as an independent attorney for various clients in the entertainment industry such as musicians, recording artists, songwriters, producers, entrepreneurs, and fashion designers. Chantal has also teamed up with other entertainment law firms and assisted on other projects as well.
During her time at Widener Law, Chantal earned a position in the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society, winning an award for the Most Outstanding Performance (2L) in 2012 and served on the Widener Journal of Law, Economics and Race. Chantal also served on the executive board for the Black Law Students Association, winning an award for Organization of the Year.
Chantal continues to thrive in the legal community as a member of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys and the Urban League of Greater Atlanta Young Professionals. Lastly, Chantal is a member of the illustrious Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated joining others in utilizing effective advocacy and social change that results in equality and equity for all citizens of the world.
Widener University, Delaware Law School, Juris Doctor (May 2014)
Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts, Government and Political Affairs and Sociology/Criminology (minor) (May 2010)
- Urban League of Greater Atlanta Young Professionals
- Georgia Association for Black Women Attorneys
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated