Jack Jordan’s educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice/Psychology and a Master’s degree in Higher Education and Administration with an emphasis in Management from Michigan State University. He graduated from Cooley Law School with my Juris Doctorate (JD).
Mr. Jordan’s professional career has taken many different and often unexpected paths. He have worked in the legal arena for well over 30 years, starting as a law clerk while in law school with both District Court and Circuit Court Judges. Upon his induction into the Michigan Bar, he worked as a general practitioner/litigator with a law firm, served as the Chief Deputy City Attorney for the city of Lansing, and as a sole practitioner today. Mr. Jordan have been admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court of Michigan (both Eastern and Western), U.S. 6th Circuit Court, and the U.S. Supreme Court, having successfully represented the city of Lansing. He ran for District Court Judge in Lansing in 2000, and although he not win, it was a great learning experience in the political arena.
The L-RD has led Mr. Jordan in other opportunities to work and serve in areas of education and business. He served for nine years as the Dean of Business (and Technology) for Baker College of Jackson; taught many different courses in business, law, history, and technology at various institutions of higher learning; and partnered with and led various business enterprises, committees, and non-profit boards over the years.
“I am most thankful for what G-d has done in my personal life. He has given me the opportunity to travel half the world and lived in Israel for seven years. During that time, I met and married my beautiful wife, Rica, of 36 years, and she gave birth to our first child, Yehudit (Judith). Upon leaving Israel, G-d richly blessed our family with six more children and currently have seven grandchildren. Our family have been blessed to serve as foster parents for 15 years, fostering well over 30 children during that time! We also have been a homeschool family, allowing us to educate our children to become patriots and people of faith.”