Jordan Marsh has litigated hundreds of cases in his 25-plus years in practice, and has tried 69 jury trials in state and federal court, involving premises liability, automobile accidents, false arrest, malicious prosecution, suicide in custody, intentional infliction of emotional distress, police pursuits, police excessive force, police shootings, failure to provide medical assistance, illegal search and seizures, assault and battery, and wrongful death, with injuries ranging from soft tissue injuries to catastrophic injuries to fatalities.
Jordan has been named one of 40 Illinois Attorneys Under 40 to Watch by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. He has taught trial advocacy classes, served as a judge for trial advocacy student competitions, and coached a trial advocacy team, in addition to serving as a faculty member for the Kirkland Institute for Trial Advocacy.
Jordan Marsh Representative Settlements
Wrongful Death/Fatal Shooting: $700,000
Title VII Employment Discrimination: $583,000
Americans with Disabilities Act: $675,000
Premises Liability: $150,000
Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, IL Juris Doctor, June 1993
Howard University School of Law, Washington, DC August 1990 to May 1991
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, May 1990
Kirkland Institute for Trial Advocacy (KITA), St. Charles, IL Faculty member, 2012, 2013, 2015
The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IL Coach, Trial Advocacy team, 2007 Adjunct Faculty, 2006, 2007