Jordan is a trial lawyer at McEldrew Young, representing catastrophically injured clients in a diverse range of cases including medical malpractice, birth injury, truck accidents, premises liability, product liability, civil rights, and sexual assault. A tireless advocate for his clients, Jordan takes a lot of pride in exposing cover-ups, fraud, and recklessness in the negligence actions he litigates. For his work in personal injury law, Jordan was named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers for 2018 and 2019.
Jordan graduated from Widener University Delaware Law School as Valedictorian of his class. While in school, he interned with three Philadelphia judges: the Honorable M. Faith Angell (E.D. Pa), the Honorable Arnold L. New (Common Pleas), and the Honorable Paul P. Panepinto (Common Pleas), and was also a member of the Law Review.
While practicing law fulltime, Jordan obtained a Masters of Law in Trial Advocacy at the nationally renowned Temple University Beasley School of Law LL.M. Program in the Spring of 2018, where he received special recognition by the faculty for his trial performances and was a jury favorite—earning the highest scores from the jury at his showcase trial.
Jordan is proud of his pro bono legal representation that includes civil rights work through the Volunteer Attorney Panel of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, representing victims of sexual abuse with the Support Center for Child Advocates, and successfully handling various cases from Philadelphia VIP. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Morris Animal Refuge (the Nation’s oldest animal shelter). Jordan is a co-founder of the Philadelphia Young Lawyers Division Running Group and is involved with the Philadelphia Bar Association, Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, and Pennsylvania Association for Justice.
Jordan enjoys traveling, the outdoors, and live music, and he may be found training for a marathon or triathlon from time to time.