Jordan A. Bryant

Associate

Overview

Overview

Jordan is a First Party Property attorney at the Jacksonville CSK office. Jordan grew up in a military family in Jacksonville, Florida, where she worked in customer service, played soccer and lacrosse for her alma mater Bartram Trail High School, and excelled academically- receiving a complete scholarship for her Associate’s, Bachelor’s, and Juris Doctorate degrees. During undergrad, Jordan studied Criminology and Law at the University of Florida where she obtained a Magna cum laude degree, and a passion for Juvenile Justice and Criminal Justice reformation. Jordan was heavily involved during her law school career: while studying at Florida Coastal School of Law Jordan was a Student Bar Association Legislator, Moot Court Honor Board Brief Writer and Oralist, Women’s Law Student Association Vice President, Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society member, and member of various other Student Organizations. During her time at Nova South Eastern University, Jordan interned with NSU’s Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Law Clinic where she actively restored guardian advocacy rights for parents of disabled adults. Jordan has legal experience in all aspects of Civil Litigation, Estate and Probate Law, Criminal Law, State and Federal Disability Law, Contract Law, First Party Property, and International Consumer Protection Law.

Practice Areas

Education

  • Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad College of Law- JD
  • Florida Coastal School of Law- transfer
  • University of Florida- Bachelors in Criminology and Law

Admissions

  • Florida
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