Jordan practises in all areas of labour and employment law with an emphasis on workplace privacy issues, litigation, labour advocacy, regulatory advice and leads the firm’s Freedom of Information and Privacy Law practice. He is a firm believer in immersing himself in his clients’ businesses to ensure a full understanding of their industries, requirements, and challenges.
Jordan works with clients to identify practical and creative solutions to issues before they arise, and advocates fiercely when necessary. He believes in the value of incorporating legal considerations into overall strategic planning, so that legal advice becomes a tool for business stability rather than solely for crisis management. Jordan prides himself on building close and collaborative relationships with clients, which allow him to advise quickly on day-to-day questions and unique issues.
Jordan is a firm believer in immersing himself in his clients’ businesses to ensure a full understanding of their industries, requirements, and challenges.
A member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, Jordan has made privacy his primary area of focus and looks forward to contributing his expertise in this area to Roper Greyell’s already established strengths.
Off the job, Jordan is an avid soccer player, and has been all his life. He loves travelling and watching the number of pins in his wall map grow. A self-described mountain child, he particularly enjoys exploring the lesser known corners of B.C. and beyond.
B.A., History, University of Victoria
J.D., University of Victoria
Year of call
British Columbia, 2015
Membership / Affiliations
International Association of Privacy Professionals
Canadian Bar Association (BC) Freedom of Information & Privacy