Sathima H. Jones

Associate Attorney


Phone: 617.778.0014

Bar Admissions


New Jersey

Washington, D.C.

Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts (Pending)


J.D.,Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law 

B.S., Loyola University of Chicago

Practice Areas

• Corporate, Small Business & Transactions

• Employment

Estate Planning & Probate

Sathima H. Jones is an attorney practicing in the areas of Probate, Business, Employment and Commercial Litigation.


Ms. Jones was born and raised in Dorchester and graduated from the prestigious Boston Latin School. After high school, she attained a B.A. from Loyola University in Chicago, and thereafter, attained her J.D. from Temple University in Philadelphia.


Prior to joining McKenzie & Associates, Ms. Jones spent a number of years practicing insurance coverage law and representing businesses and insurance companies in disputes concerning insurance coverage, defending professionals in errors and omissions lawsuits, and defending corporations from various liability claims in courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  Prior to that she served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Michael J. Nelson, J.S.C. (Ret.) of the New Jersey Superior Court, Essex Vicinage. She also served as a law clerk for the Office of the US Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.


During law school, Ms. Jones served as the Secretary of Temple’s Black Law Students Association and Vice President of the Christian Legal Society. She also served as a fellow for the National Bar Association, Real Estate and Probate Division. Ms. Jones is a recipient of the Justice Juanita Kidd Stout/ Sadie T.M. Alexander Award, which is awarded to Philadelphia area law students with proven abilities and potential for success in the practice of law. She is certified to conduct mediation. Ms. Jones’ article Blurring the Lines Between Infringement and Inspiration has been featured in a number of CLE presentations on copyright issues.


Ms. Jones is a member of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, where she serves on the Minority Trial Lawyer Committee’s Editorial Board, where she edits the Committee’s Articles and is an author and editor of content for the blog, Practice Points. She is also a member of the Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society.