Jordan is an associate at Beckett. He works primarily in the Plaintiff Personal Injury Group and Sexual Abuse Department.
Jordan’s practice at Beckett focuses on representing people who have been injured in motor vehicle collisions and slip and falls, as well as advocating for victims of sexual abuse. He has represented clients in the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice, Small Claims Court, License Appeal Tribunal, and Social Justice Tribunal. Jordan draws from his background in competitive sports to employ a hardworking and disciplined approach when advocating for his clients.
Born and raised in London, Ontario, Jordan earned his Bachelor in Applied Health Sciences from Brock University in 2009 where he graduated with honours. Following his undergraduate studies, Jordan obtained his Juris Doctor from Bond University in Queensland, Australia. During his time overseas, he acted as a faculty research assistant, competed in several mooting competitions, and was elected as the Advocacy and Competitions Director of the Canadian Law Students Association in his final year of study.
Jordan was called to the Ontario bar in January 2017 after completing his articles with an established local insurance defence firm. He is a member of the Law Society of Ontario and the Middlesex Law Association.
Jordan holds a strong sense of community. Outside of the office, he volunteers with a number of local non-profit organizations. He enjoys attending sporting events, live music festivals and spending time with his two nephews.