“I go to him for tricky CoP matters: he’s very approachable and very bright”
“He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of this area of the law”
Chambers UK 2015 – Court of Protection
Jordan has a busy general Chancery practice with an emphasis on contentious probate, trusts and property disputes and Court of Protection matters, together with related professional negligence claims. He has significant experience of working as a junior as part of a team as well as on cases where he is sole instructed counsel. Jordan also undertakes non-contentious drafting and advisory work.
In addition he has developed a busy and thriving practice in cases involving art and cultural property law and has a depth of experience in this area which few juniors are able match.
Jordan also has notable experience of offshore trusts litigation and continues to build his practice in this area, particularly in the Channel Islands.
In 2010 Jordan served nine months as a judicial assistant at the Court of Appeal where he was assigned to Lord Justice Pill and Lord Justice Wilson (now Lord Wilson of Culworth).
Jordan’s recent experience includes:
Court of Protection
Jordan’s Court of Protection practice is particularly strong and he was recommended by Chambers and Partners 2015 in this practice area. Recent notable cases include:
Art and Cultural Property
Jordan has an exceptionally strong and rapidly developing specialism in cases involving art and cultural property. He has acted for dealers, auctioneers, collectors and investors, both as a junior and in his own right. Examples of his recent experience include:
He is a member of PAIAM (Professional Advisers to the International Art Market) and the Institute of Art and Law. He regularly lectures and writes articles on topics within this area (recent articles have appeared in the Journal of Professional Negligence, Art Antiquity and Law and the Step Journal).
Publications and Lecturing
Jordan writes widely within areas of his expertise and has recently published articles in PS Magazine (the Law Society’s Private Client Magazine), the Elder Law Journal, the Trusts and Estates Law and Tax Journal and the STEP Journal.
He is an extremely popular speaker and speaks regularly to solicitors and other professionals on topics connected with his practice. He is currently in the process of giving a series of workshops to STEP regional branches across the country.
Jordan is a member of the Chancery Bar Association, PAIAM and the Institute of Art and Law.