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Carys Davies-James

With 8 years’ legal experience, 5 of which working at James Jones Son & Francis, Carys became Managing Partner of James Jones Son & Francis on 31st March 2017.  She is extremely excited to lead the team and continue to offer the high standard of service. It has been an ambition of Carys’ to own a firm from a very young age. 

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​​Chris Mason-Watts

Chris retired to West Wales in 1992 after having been a partner in one of the then largest firms in the West Midlands. However, he soon set up on his own and subsequently took over James Jones Solicitors, a firm that has been in Llandysul in the same premises for over 100 years.

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​​Nicky Mason-Watts

Nicky's background is in art dealing, having run a gallery for many years in Warwick. She took time out to raise four children but when they all went off to school found herself with time on her hands. Having always been interested in law, she helped Chris when he set.

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​​Sian Price-Davies

Sian initially studied at Coleg y Drindod Dewi Sant, Carmarthen from 2006 to 2009 graduating with a BA (Hons) Degree in Theatre, Music and Media, she then continued her studies at the University and accomplished an MA in Creative Writing.She went on to work in the TV industry until deciding to follow a career in law. 

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​​Jane Griffiths

Jane Griffiths is our Accounts Manager and has been with James Jones Solicitors since February 2006.

Jane has also run her own book keeping practice since 1997, having worked for a local firm of accountants for the previous 10 years.

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​​Llinos Davies

Llinos was raised on her family farm along with her two brothers in Newcastle Emlyn and moved to Coedybryn in 2016. She is a proud mother of four children, two boys and two girls.  Her eldest son is a Cabinet Maker with Old Oak Kitchens and her other children remain in education in Ysgol Bro Teifi and Ysgol y Ddwylan in Newcastle Emlyn.

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