Sandra A. Seville-Jones

Profile

Sandra Seville-Jones is a corporate lawyer who serves as Munger, Tolles & Olson’s Co-Managing Partner. She has served in this role since 2009, working to further the firm’s culture of excellence in legal service.

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

Ms. Seville-Jones’ client representations have included Oaktree Capital Management, The Yucaipa Cos., Universal Music Group and Cannery Casino Resorts.

A passionate advocate for diversity in the legal profession, Ms. Seville-Jones has served as co-chair of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Debate Commission, which is affiliated with the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues, and is a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. She is also a frequent speaker at conferences focused on women in law.

Ms. Seville-Jones is also an active member of the community. She is a former chairperson of the planning commission of the City of Manhattan Beach and has served in board positions with the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and Hope Street Friends, a childcare facility founded by the firm and two other partners located in downtown Los Angeles.
 

Sandra Seville-Jones is a corporate lawyer who serves as Munger, Tolles & Olson’s Co-Managing Partner. She has served in this role since 2009, working to further the firm’s culture of excellence in legal service.

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

Ms. Seville-Jones’ client representations have included Oaktree Capital Management, The Yucaipa Cos., Universal Music Group and Cannery Casino Resorts.

A passionate advocate for diversity in the legal profession, Ms. Seville-Jones has served as co-chair of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Debate Commission, which is affiliated with the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues, and is a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. She is also a frequent speaker at conferences focused on women in law.

Ms. Seville-Jones is also an active member of the community. She is a former chairperson of the planning commission of the City of Manhattan Beach and has served in board positions with the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and Hope Street Friends, a childcare facility founded by the firm and two other partners located in downtown Los Angeles.