Jordan has chosen to focus his law practice on labor law to fight for the rights of workers to be paid fairly and treated with respect. A former law clerk at Willig, Williams & Davidson, Jordan has demonstrated an active commitment to advocating on behalf of workers’ rights. Prior to joining the firm, Jordan served as a law clerk at both Region 4 and the Appellate and Supreme Court Litigation Branch of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Jordan received his law degree, cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2022. He also received the 2021 Philadelphia Bar Association Public Interest Law Student Award and the H.M. Goldstein Memorial Prize for the highest grade and best paper in the field of labor law. During law school, Jordan served as a law clerk to the Special Masters of the National Football League Players’ Concussion Injury Litigation and founded Penn’s Philadelphia Community Organizing Pro Bono Project. Jordan studied as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, where he received an M.Sc. in Criminology and Criminal Justice in 2016 and an M.Sc. in Comparative Education in 2017. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and African American studies, magna cum laude, from Yale University.
Prior to attending law school, Jordan worked on policy and legislation in Philadelphia City Council, where he developed an expertise around the City budget and helped to author and pass workers’ rights legislation—including laws providing service sector workers with fairer schedules, protecting workers from retaliation for reporting COVID-19 workplace health violations, and guaranteeing hospitality workers the right to return to their jobs during COVID-19.