Greg Jones is a native of the Greater St. Louis area and grew up in Belleville, Illinois. Greg attended Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree in 2012. Greg received his Juris doctorate in 2016 from Washington University School of Law. He worked as a research assistant for Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Professor of Law Robert R. Kuehn. While earning his law degree, Greg contributed extensive hours of pro bono work to the St. Louis County Counselor’s Office and the St. Clair County Public Defender’s Office. At Commencement from law school, Greg was recognized for his outstanding commitment to public service.
Greg joined Holland Law Firm in 2021 and works throughout all the firm’s practice areas, including mass tort, class action, personal injury, toxic exposure, FELA, and products liability.
In addition to participating in all phases of litigation throughout his legal career, Greg was awarded first place in the Illinois State Bar Association’s 2019 Lincoln Award Legal Writing Contest for his article “General and Boilerplate Objections: Curbing Routine Abuse of the Discovery Process.” Greg has also presented at a continuing legal education event organized through the Illinois State Bar Association.
Prior to joining Holland Law Firm, Greg worked at a well-known firm in Madison County, Illinois, where he practiced general personal injury, workers’ compensation, and mass torts.
Outside of the office, Greg enjoys playing golf and competing in trivia competitions. Greg is also an active member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis.