Attorney Jordan H. Campbell
Jordan Campbell is The Campbell Firm's founding attorney. Her practice focuses on civil litigation, domestic relations and estate planning. She is admitted to practice in all Alabama State Courts and all Federal Courts in the Middle District of Alabama. She is a member of the Alabama State Bar Association and the Coffee County Bar Association.
Jordan received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law. As a law student, Jordan was a member of the UA Trial Advocacy Team. She competed in the American Association for Justice National Trial Competition, and she received UA’s George Peach Taylor award for outstanding trial advocacy. Jordan also served pro bono clients in the UA Civil Legal Clinic for two semesters where she worked on cases in the areas of, family law, construction, landlord tenant law, and property law.
Prior to law school, Jordan graduated summa cum laude from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Arts in History. She was inducted into Auburn’s most highly esteemed honor societies—Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. She chartered a chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success and served as the chapter’s first President. While at Auburn, Jordan received the James Seaborn Boyd Endowed Scholarship, the Marguerite E. Scharnagle Award and the Ralph B. Draughon Award.
After law school Jordan accepted an associate position at one of the nation's leading plaintiff's firms where she worked on personal injury, workers compensation, complex litigation, mass torts, and environmental law. Moreover, while at this firm Jordan spear-headed the development of a new division in domestic relations law.
Although she proudly calls Slocomb, Alabama her hometown, Jordan has special ties to Enterprise. She attended Enterprise-Ozark Community College for two years where she met her husband, an Enterprise native, on her first day of college. While at the junior college Jordan was a member of the Entertainers Show Choir, Secretary of Student Government Association and was Homecoming Queen. Her history with the city and associated friendships made Enterprise the right place to base The Campbell Firm. Appropriately named the City of Progress, Enterprise is a growing developing city with new opportunities and Jordan is excited to be a part of it.