Jon Jordan, Principal

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Phone: (404) 348-4881

Jon Jordan is a Partner with Hecht Walker PC. Jon has been with HW for 10 years and specializes in representing clients in litigation related to real property, development, home building, quiet title actions, permitting matters, code violations, land use and zoning matters, liens, leases, encroachments, local government matters, property tax matters, construction defects, business disputes, contract disputes and many different types of real property disputes. He has handled hundreds of matters in these areas for the past decade. His in depth knowledge of these matters has led to important successful results for our clients.

Before attending law school, Jon served 4 years working on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. He started on Capitol Hill as a political analyst for the National Republican Senatorial Committee. From 1999-2003, he worked for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee’s Ranking Member, Senator Arlen Specter, serving as Deputy Press Secretary, Legislative Aide for Foreign Affairs and Defense issues, and as Special Assistant to the Senator. His work included day to day involvement with the Senators media and political strategy and acting as a liaison between other Congressional offices, U.S. Administration and foreign government officials, as well as constituents from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

After serving Senator Specter, Jon attended Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He served for 2 years on the Temple University Student Bar Association as Vice President of the Temple Law Republicans. He also assisted with drafting and publication of 3 law review articles as a member of the Editorial Board of the Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review. While at Temple, he completed internships with the U.S. Attorneys Office in Philadelphia, as well as the Clayton County District Attorneys Office in Jonesboro, Georgia. Prior to Law School, Jon graduated cum laude with his Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Georgia Southern University.

After law school, Jordan participated in an honors clerkship program for Federal Magistrate Judge Thomas J. Rueter of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and in 2006, Jon was selected for the Presidential Management Fellows Program.

Jon is a dedicated, hardworking and knowledgeable attorney that is committed to his clients’ best interests.