Jordan has been practicing law for nearly 30 years, litigating hundreds of cases and 69 jury trials in state and federal courts. Jordan was named one of the 40 Illinois Attorneys under 40 to Watch by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, which praised him as "one of the city's most energetic and resourceful trial attorneys. The results he's gained have earned him the praise of judges, city officials and his fellow lawyers.”
Jordan knows personal injury and civil rights law from both sides. He spent years defending the City of Chicago and its employees in personal injury and civil rights cases. Now he represents individuals against police officers, the government, and insurance companies. In the six years Jordan has been representing plaintiffs, he has secured millions of dollars in settlements for his clients.
Jordan has taught trial advocacy classes, judged trial advocacy competitions, and been a faculty member at the Kirkland Institute for Trial Advocacy. He is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, the Illinois Trial Lawyers' Association, and the Illinois State Bar Association.