Chloe Knox Jones graduated with highest honors from Baylor University as a University Scholar with concentrations in political science and philosophy. After graduation, she briefly worked in Washington, DC where she interned at the White House and the Conscience and Religious Freedom Division at the Department of Health & Human Services. She is earned her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2022, where she served as President for the Federalist Society and an editor of the Virginia Law Review. She briefly worked for the U.S. Senate and for an Atlanta-based law firm while in law school. She is currently spending two years clerking for a United States District Court and a United States Court of Appeals. In her free time, Chloe enjoys antique shopping, volunteering with children, and reading books of all genres. She plans to return to Atlanta to practice law and be near family.