Jordan chose the law in part because of his work with the homeless and urban poor as an undergraduate. He saw the law as a way to bring about important change. After years of pro bono service with various nonprofit entities in the St. Louis region, and with the firm’s enthusiastic support, Jordan helped launch the firm’s Nonprofit Organizations & Religious Institutions team. In this role, Jordan has advised nonprofit and religious clients on a variety of issues, from litigation and employment disputes to tax and real estate issues.
Jordan serves as Chancellor of the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church. In this role, he serves as legal advisor to both the episcopacy and over 700 churches across the State of Missouri.