Jordan is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution Team, supporting Greg Simms and Shane Campbell. Auckland based, his practice covers all aspects of civil and commercial litigation, with a particular focus on trusts and fiduciary law, contractual and negligence claims, and consumer law.
Jordan provides support at hearings and in ADR settings to barristers and senior lawyers within the Firm, as well as appearing as sole counsel on interlocutory matters. He has appeared for clients in the Court of Appeal, High Court, District Court and Family Court.
An Associate of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators Association of New Zealand Inc (AMINZ) and an Affiliate of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), Jordan is currently studying toward a STEP Diploma in Trusts and Estates.
Jordan is a regular contributor of articles in various legal journals, has previously tutored law at the University of Canterbury, and currently tutors at the University of Auckland.
- Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)
- Arbitrators’ and Mediators Association of New Zealand Inc (AMINZ)
- Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration (Young ICCA)
- Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association Inc (ANZSLA)
- Australasian Law Academics Association (ALAA)
- Society of Construction Law New Zealand
- Guest lecturer for Relationship Property and Family Finance at the University of Canterbury (2019)
- The Trusts Act 2019 (online looseleaf ed, Practical Law New Zealand) (with Shane Campbell)
- “Disclosure in the time of the Trusts Act 2019”  NZLJ 44
- “Shareholder-trustees in the spotlight”  NZLJ 15
- “How much influence can they have? The ability for beneficiaries and settlors to direct and influence trustees” (paper presented to STEP New Zealand, Auckland, November 2020) (with Jeremy Johnson)
- “The ADR Provisions of the Trusts Act 2019” (paper presented at AMINZ Day 2019, Auckland, October 2019) (with Andrew Watkins)
- “Division of Property” (lecture presented to LAWS 310: Relationship Property and Family Finance, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, October 2019)
- Is the Castle Still Standing? – Attacks on Trusts – Paper presented at the New Zealand Law Society Trusts Conference 2019