Steven Jones is a lifelong Spokane resident who is well known in many circles as a person who "gives back" a great deal to the Spokane and inland northwest community.
Steve is a founding partner of Eymann Allison Hunter Jones P.S. and has been a practicing attorney for 36 years here. He is a key member of the firm’s litigation team and also advises and assists business clients in negotiating contracts, formation of corporations and LLC’s, real estate sales and purchases, and many other matters. Steve is on the team of EAHJ attorneys representing several hundred “Downwinders” in the ongoing Hanford Nuclear Reservation litigation, and also has particular experience representing homeowners or businesses who’ve suffered catastrophic fire loss.
After graduating from John R. Rogers High School in Spokane, Steve attended Stanford University and later the University of Washington Law School. He has argued cases in the Washington Supreme Court, the Washington Courts of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Steve is very active in the community, serving on the Spokane Park Board (President in 2000), YMCA of the Inland Northwest Board of Directors, Spokane Parks Foundation Board of Directors and the Board of Directors of Daybreak. He currently serves as a Board Member of the Lilac Bloomsday Association, the Spokane Public Schools Foundation and the Spokane Regional Sports Commission.
Steve and his wife Julie are the proud parents of a young daughter who, at age 9, has already completed several Bloomsday races.