Widely regarded as one of the standout up-and-coming juniors at the Chancery Bar
Jordan has a wide Chancery practice with a particular emphasis on offshore and domestic trust disputes, contentious probate, Court of Protection and cases involving art and cultural property.
Jordan has significant experience of working in larger teams as well as on cases where he is sole instructed counsel. He has appeared in a number of major offshore trusts disputes in recent years, including the Trilogy litigation and the Crociani litigation. Onshore, he acted in the Dellal v Dellal claims and appeared at first instance and on appeal for the successful claimant in Watts v Watts (where he successfully proved a will to be a forgery).
Jordan is noted for his art and cultural property practice. He has experience handling significant contentious and non-contentious matters in this area, with a particular emphasis on disputes involving authenticity, provenance, title and spoliation. He has acted for collectors, dealers, institutions and governments (including the Department for Culture, Media and Sport).
Jordan regularly appears in the High Court and the Court of Protection, where he is frequently instructed by the Official Solicitor.