Jordan is a solicitor in the National Dispute Resolution team, supporting Shane Campbell and Greg Simms. He joined the firm in 2018, having graduated from the University of Canterbury with a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours and a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Taxation and Accounting.
Jordan has appeared in both the High Court and District Court, and regularly provides support to leading barristers and Queen’s Counsel. His practice covers all aspects of commercial litigation, but with a particular focus on trusts and estates, equity, contract and company disputes, and negligence.
Whilst at University, Jordan won several academic prizes and scholarships, including in the law of torts. He was also the recipient of the University Prize in Law, awarded to the student graduating second overall in their cohort.
Jordan continues to maintain an interest in the academic study of law: he currently tutors first-year law at the University of Canterbury and has recently presented a guest lecture on the topic of relationship property. He has also jointly-published a paper presented at the New Zealand Law Society Trusts Conference.
- Guest lecturer for Relationship Property and Family Finance at the University of Canterbury (2019)
- Is the Castle Still Standing? – Attacks on Trusts – Paper presented at the New Zealand Law Society Trusts Conference 2019