Sandra A. Seville-Jones

Profile

Sandra Seville-Jones has been a partner of Munger, Tolles & Olson since 1993 and is the managing partner of the firm.  Ms. Seville-Jones is a graduate of Harvard University and UCLA Law School.

Ms. Seville-Jones specializes in corporate, business and securities laws. She has represented companies in a variety of industries, including energy, entertainment, gaming and manufacturing. She also has advised clients on restructuring issues and currently works on a multi-disciplinary team advising clients on subprime mortgage issues.

Ms. Seville-Jones’ clients include Oaktree Capital Management, The Yucaipa Cos., Universal Music Group and Cannery Casino Resorts.

Ms. Seville-Jones is a member and former chairperson of the planning commission of the City of Manhattan Beach, co-chair of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Debate Commission, which is affiliated with the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues, member of the board of directors of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. Ms. Seville-Jones is also a member of the board of directors of Hope Street Friends, a childcare facility founded by the firm and two other partners located in downtown Los Angeles.

 

Sandra Seville-Jones has been a partner of Munger, Tolles & Olson since 1993 and is the managing partner of the firm.  Ms. Seville-Jones is a graduate of Harvard University and UCLA Law School.

Ms. Seville-Jones specializes in corporate, business and securities laws. She has represented companies in a variety of industries, including energy, entertainment, gaming and manufacturing. She also has advised clients on restructuring issues and currently works on a multi-disciplinary team advising clients on subprime mortgage issues.

Ms. Seville-Jones’ clients include Oaktree Capital Management, The Yucaipa Cos., Universal Music Group and Cannery Casino Resorts.

Ms. Seville-Jones is a member and former chairperson of the planning commission of the City of Manhattan Beach, co-chair of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Debate Commission, which is affiliated with the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues, member of the board of directors of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. Ms. Seville-Jones is also a member of the board of directors of Hope Street Friends, a childcare facility founded by the firm and two other partners located in downtown Los Angeles.