Jordan Isringhaus was born and raised in St. Louis Missouri, where he attained
the rank of Eagle Scout. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political
Science and Geography, cum laude from Valparaiso University in Indiana.
Following graduation, he worked as a consultant at the Northwestern Indiana
Regional Planning Commission.
After earning his undergraduate degree, Jordan attended Stetson University
College of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor cum laude. While at Stetson,
Jordan was an extern for Federal Magistrate Judge Thomas B. McCoun III
in Tampa, and served as an editor of the Journal of International Wildlife
Law and Policy. Jordan also was selected for the Honors Program, a year-long
jurisprudence colloquium for the top 15%, where he authored research regarding
the use of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome as a mitigating factor in Florida's
criminal sentencing guideline. In his final year, Jordan moved to Atlanta,
Georgia after being selected to serve as a law clerk for the Supreme Court
of Georgia, Chief Justice Carol Hunstein.
Upon graduation, Jordan accepted a position at a South Tampa law firm and
practiced in the fields of mortgage foreclosure defense, collection defense,
creditor harassment, and bankruptcy. Today, Jordan continues to focus
on his practice areas practices with the firm in addition to litigation
under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Jordan is involved in as a tutor for the program Lawyers for Literacy which
aims to assist third grade students pass the reading portion of the FCAT.
- Valparaiso University, B.A. (Political Science, Geography, Cum Laude, 2008)
- Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honors
- Gamma Theta Upsilon, Geography Honors
- Dean's List 2006, 2007, 2008
- Stetson University College of Law, J.D. (Cum Laude, 2011)
- Editor, Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy
- Honors Program
- Florida Bar, Attorney
- New York State Bar, Attorney
- Florida Supreme Court
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
- Lawyers For Literacy, tutor 2011-present