Emma Jones joined Leigh Day in October 2000. She completed one year of her training contract at the specialist mental health firm Scott-Moncrieff Harbour and Sinclair and one year at Leigh Day. Emma spent six months training with Sarah Leigh and then moved to the human rights department. She qualified in October 2002 and remained a member of the human rights department until March 2007. She then moved to Mind, the mental health charity, where she was head of legal.Emma returned to the human rights department at Leigh Day in September 2009, at which time she worked on bringing the Stafford Hospital group claims. She now specialises in abuse claims including claims on behalf of children, adults who were abused in childhood, and the abuse of elderly individuals, human rights claims against hospitals, false imprisonment and assault claims and public law challenges. Emma will be available to help from February 2016.