Jordan graduated from the University of Guelph in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Criminal Justice and Public Policy. In 2018, he completed his Juris Doctor (JD) at Queen's University. He was admitted to the Law Society of Ontario in 2019.
Jordan has worked on several trials and Licence Appeal Tribunal Hearings.
Jordan works tirelessly for his clients. He prides himself on his positive, relentless, and approachable style of practice.
While at law school, Jordan was actively involved with the Queen's Law mooting program. He competed in the Arnup Cup criminal trial moot, hosted annually by The Advocates' Society. He and his teammate finished second place in Ontario and competed in the national finals for the moot, the Sopinka Cup. He acted as the student coach for the Arnup Cup in his final year at Queen's, helping the team again advance to the Sopinka Cup.
Alongside Nicole Corriero, Jordan co-authored "Fire on Ice: Why the state of Tortious Liability in Hockey is Antiquated and How it Ought to Be", which was published in the Annual Review of Civil Litigation in 2018.
- Called to the Ontario Bar, 2019
- BA (Honours), University of Guelph, Criminal Justice and Public Policy, 2014
- JD, Queen's University, 2018
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