Tanith Jones

Tanith is a paralegal assisting the medical negligence and personal injury teams. She joined Bolt Burdon Kemp in May 2017.

She completed her law degree at the University of Sussex in 2014 and is currently undertaking the Legal Practice Course at BPP Holborn, which she is due to complete in 2018.

Tanith has a broad range of legal experience, and prides herself on her approachable and flexible manner. Prior to joining Bolt Burdon Kemp, she worked in the litigation department of a City firm. Before this, she was a paralegal in a law firm in Oxfordshire, where she advised clients on mortgage possession matters.

In addition to her work experience, Tanith has also volunteered at the Citizens’ Advice Bureau, providing advice on a broad range of legal and social issues. She is passionate about helping others, and has previously acted as a carer. She has particular experience in assisting those suffering from multiple sclerosis. Tanith has also been dedicated to supporting charities such as the Motor Neurone Disease Association, and has previously arranged social events and participated in a race from Liverpool to the top of Ben Nevis to fundraise and raise awareness.

At Bolt Burdon Kemp, Tanith assists Ipek Tugcu with a broad variety of cases including those involving negligent orthopaedic, surgical, cancer and neurological treatment. She assists in claims on behalf of adults, children and estates, where the patient has passed away. She has experience in pursuing claims against individual doctors and both public and private healthcare providers. She is particularly interested in arranging rehabilitation for clients who have suffered significant and complex injuries.