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Jordan C. Harrison

Associate

214.651.3312

jharrison@macdonalddevin.com

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Jordan Harrison’s approach to litigation is premised upon a vigorous analysis of the facts and claims in dispute, meticulous development of strategic objectives, and an efficient execution of the strategy for resolution. Through careful consideration of his client’s interests, Jordan advocates for positive results for his clients.

Overview

Jordan attended Texas Tech University School of Law, participating as contestant, coach, and judge in local, state, and national advocacy-based competitions. His accomplishments included winning the National Health Law Moot Court Competition in 2018 and the Frank A. Schreck Gaming Law Moot Court Competition in 2019.

Jordan has practiced as a civil defense attorney since he graduated from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2020, focusing specifically on personal injury litigation. Jordan has consistently delivered positive results for his clients, including summary judgments, voluntary dismissals, and favorable settlements.

Representative Experience
  • Won summary judgment on products liability claim arising from oil well explosion.
  • Won summary judgment on gross negligence claim arising from vehicular collision.
  • Won summary judgment on gross negligence claim arising from slip-and-fall.
  • Won summary judgment on 42 U.S.C. 1983 claims arising from allegations of medical malpractice/deliberate indifference of a state actor.
  • Secured voluntary dismissal of claims against Fortune 500 company.
Honors and Recognitions
  • Inductee of the Order of Barristers (2020)
  • National Gaming Law Moot Court Champion (2019)
  • National Criminal Procedure Appellate Advocacy Tournament Quarterfinalist (2019)
  • Blakely Institute Moot Court Competition Quarterfinalist (2019)
  • Richard B. Amandes Advocacy Scholar (2019)
  • National Health Law Moot Court Champion (2018)
Educational and Professional Background
  • Texas Tech University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2020
  • Texas Tech University, Bachelors of Political Science, 2016, cum laude
Court Admissions

Jordan C. Harrison is licensed to practice law in the following areas:

 

  • Texas
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas