Stanton Jones focuses his practice on complex questions of constitutional, statutory, and international law. He recently has handled trial and appellate litigation involving the First Amendment, the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, the Alien Tort Statute, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. Mr. Jones has represented parties and amici curiae in sixteen cases before the US Supreme Court. He recently represented the petitioners who successfully blocked Wisconsin's controversial voter ID law for the 2014 general election. Mr. Jones also has handled numerous high-stakes federal and state court appeals on issues ranging from antitrust law to admiralty law, from banking regulation to church/state separation. He recently represented Detroit's pension funds in the Sixth Circuit appeal in Detroit's historic bankruptcy, briefing novel constitutional and statutory issues. Mr. Jones teaches Appellate Advocacy as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Beyond appeals, Mr. Jones has litigated numerous commercial and international matters in federal and state trial courts and arbitration proceedings. Mr. Jones is a magna cum laude graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. Before attending law school, he taught in the Baltimore City Public Schools as a member of Teach for America and earned a Master's degree in teaching from Johns Hopkins University.