Jordan focuses his practice on business and corporate matters. His practice spans mergers and acquisitions, entity formation, financing dispositions, joint ventures, and general corporate matters.
Prior to Cozen O'Connor, Jordan was an Equal Justice Works fellow at Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc. in Miami, where he founded the Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project, Legal Services' s pro bono small business practice. Through the project, he provided pro bono transactional legal services to more than 100 low-income entrepreneurs as outside general counsel and was a frequent speaker on panels and workshops covering core legal issues for emerging business owners. Jordan also served as a corporate associate at an Albany, N.Y., area law firm.
He is a graduate of New York University School of Law, where he received the Dean John Sexton Prize for service to the NYU Law community. He is admitted to practice in New York and Florida and is a member of both the American and New York State Bar Associations.
While at NYU Law, Jordan led the student government as president of the NYU Student Bar Association (SBA), where he helped create the first ever student-led fundraising campaign to increase summer stipend funding for public interest students and lobbied for greater focus on academic and classroom diversity policies. During law school, Jordan worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Alexander Williams, Jr., of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, Southern Division. In addition, he served on the editorial board of the Annual Survey of American Law, and treasurer of the Black Allied Law Student Association (BALSA). He began his career in city government, working as a 2011 Urban Fellow in the New York City Mayor's Office of Operations. Jordan graduated in 2010 from George Washington University's School of Business with a BBA concentrating in finance and a minor in philosophy, cum laude.