He went on to build up the faculty and set up a Law library.
The faculty continued to grow and for the next thirty years he taught courses and administered the department.
He also enrolled at Gray’s Inn London and studied privately for the Bar.
On 24 November 1959 he was called to the English Bar by the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn and was also admitted to the Sierra Leone Bar as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Sierra Leone. He was the first person from Sierra Leone to receive a doctorate in Law.
He gained a reputation throughout the region as an excellent and principled lawyer.
In 1992 the Government of Sierra Leone conferred upon him the Order of the Rokel, the highest honour granted by the nation, for his long and distinguished service to the Le-gal Profession.
On the Ultra,everything sounds good enough to use on an average professional level.
The clean is nice, but the gain on both channels (2&3). I've gotten a rspsectable Keith Richards' "Midnight Rambler" tone with the gain at 2 on the mild gain channel, but I wish it had a higher threshold before "ugly" distortion sets in.
Fifteen years ago you left an unfilled void to answer to your call From the world of pain and sorrow, to the land of peace and rest. Yemi, Olayinka, Dennis, Elspeth, Agatha, Francess, Gerald, Marcella, Oladuni, Ebun, Yamide, Olushola, Christian, Patricia, Elizabeth, Andre, Jerome, Jackie, Tim, Michelle, George, Nathaniel, Julian, Kevin, Emlyn, Sasha, Oyemi, Linda, Sheriff, Modupeh, and Ina Numerous family members including Ayo Davies, Horton, Harris, Gabbidon, Cole, Bidwell-John, Osborne, Ezzidio, Thompson, Shears, Shears-Moses, Venn, Roy-Macauley, Findlay, Bowen-Wright, Collier, Cummings & Gage families She is survived by her children, Frederick M'Cormack, Wallace Moore, Michael Wilson, Augusta Duncan and husband Dickson, Augustus M'Cormack, and Marion Jarrett.
God has taken you, dear Cynthia, where you have found eternal rest. Other relatives; Eva Jarrett, Grand daughter, Victoria Adetuyi and The M'Cormack Family in the USA and and Freetown. Even though you are no longer here, the trees which have grown from the root you left behind, continue to flourish.
Towards the latter end of his career he was appointed senior appeal counsel at the special court where he dealt mainly with issues relating to International Criminal and Humanitarian law.
During his life time Dr Marcus Jones authored and contrib-uted to numerous legal publications.
In 1954 he obtained a scholarship from the government of Sierra Leone to pursue a course in Social Science and Administration at the London School of Economics and Political Science.