Thomas P. Jones
Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

Contact

(321) 206-5686
tjones@mail.barry.edu

Education

J.D., George Washington University School of Law (With Honors)
B.S., Lehigh University (With Honors)

Classes Taught

Contracts I
Contracts II
Contracts Drafting

Bio

Thomas P. Jones joined the faculty of the Barry University School of Law in 2012. He previously taught Sales; Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation; and Legal Research and Writing at Florida A&M University College of Law.

Prior to entering academia, Jones practiced law for more than 20 years with a focus on contract drafting and negotiations in sophisticated business transactions, business operations and commercial real estate. He served as vice president and general counsel for RCI Resort Management, the largest property management and rental company in the timeshare industry. He also served as group vice president of Wyndham Vacation Ownership, or was a legal executive with a related company, for approximately 11 years, providing legal services in the areas of commercial real estate, property management, general business transactions and operations, software use and licensing, copyrights and trademarks, vacation club operations and consumer finance activities. 

Jones is a member of Board of Directors of the Central Florida Association of Corporate Counsel, past member of the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Association of Corporate Counsel, and a past member of the American Resort Development Association. He has been admitted to practice law in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Florida.

Jones is committed to student learning in whatever he teaches, but he is especially interested in educating the next generation of commercial lawyers who are business focused. 

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