Tim Jones was been re-elected unopposed as the New Zealand Law Society’s Auckland branch President in the July 2014 election.
A partner of Glaister Ennor, Mr Jones is a former member of the Law Society’s Property Law Section executive. He has been involved with the Property Law Section’s various working parties on the Unit Titles Act and the Land Transfer Act review together with membership of the Department of Building and Housing working party on the Unit Titles Act 2010 and Regulations.
Mr Jones has been the convenor of the Land Titles Systems Technical Committee for many years, and before that the convenor of the working party and involved with the implementation of Landonline since LINZ conceived the idea of electronic searching and registration in 1996.
He has also been a member of the NZLS and ADLS Inc CLE committees for several years and was a member of the NZLS CLE Ltd board for some years. He sat on the Council of Legal Education as the Auckland Representative and been the moderator for the Property and Equity papers of the law degree for six years. He is a former Council member of the Auckland District Law Society.
Mr Jones has presented seminars for both the New Zealand Law Society and ADLS Inc on topics such as subdivision, building contracts, e-dealing implementation, Unit Titles Act, GST and the CZR Regime, and similar matters.
Mr Jones and his wife Karen have been married for 37 years. They have two grown children. Karen is well known to some members of the profession as she has been on the staff of the Auckland District Law Society Library both before and after having children.