Susan R. Jones is a fulltime member of the GW Law faculty and the director and supervising attorney of the Small Business & Community Economic Development Clinic which provides pro bono legal representation to selected small and micro businesses, nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, artists, and creative entrepreneurs. She is the author of A Legal Guide to Microenterprise Development and co-editor of Building Healthy Communities: A Guide for Lawyers, Advocates and Policymakers, both published by the American Bar Association. A leader in her field, Prof. Jones is a past member of the Executive Committee of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Transactional Law and Skills, former co-chair of the Clinical Section Transactional Clinics Committee and former Vice-Chair of the Economic Justice Committee of the American Bar Association Section on Civil Rights and Social Justice (formerly known as Individual Rights and Responsibilities). She is also a member of Leadership Greater Washington. As a passionate teacher, Prof. Jones helps law students link theory, practice, and contemporary issues.