(PRWEB) June 30, 2014
Attorney Joseph L. Jordan, founder of the military criminal defense law firm Jordan UCMJ Law, has recently earned membership into The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 association. This is a significant distinction that solidifies Attorney Jordan among the top trial lawyers in country. Attorney Jordan also holds membership with The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100.
The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 is a professional association comprised of the top trial lawyers from each state in the country or highly populated regions who are under the age of 40. Membership into the organization is by invitation only and is open only to proven lawyers in the fields of civil or criminal defense law.
In order to gain membership in the organization, invitees must exemplify superior qualifications and the highest standards of professional ability. Members are reviewed thoroughly and must pass a multi-phase selection process which consists of peer nominations and third-party research. Attorneys selected for inclusion have proven themselves as effective advocates for their clients, as well as being exceptionally skilled.
Attorney Jordan’s membership in the Top 40 Under 40 speaks volumes about his abilities and record of success as a military criminal defense lawyer. Throughout his years in practice, Attorney Jordan has handled a wide range of cases involving service members all over the world. His military experience, legal skills, and passion for protecting the rights and futures of his clients have allowed him to continually secure positive resolutions on their behalves. More information about Joseph L. Jordan and the cases he handles can be found on his firm’s website: http://www.jordanucmjlaw.com.
Joseph L. Jordan is an experienced military criminal defense lawyer committed to protecting the rights, names, and ranks of U.S. military service members across the globe. As a former Army enlisted soldier, Army combat arms officer, and Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps officer, he understands the importance of providing the best possible representation to service members facing criminal charges and court-martial.