Joseph Jordan

Adjunct Professor
Curriculum Vitae


401 Second Ave. S., Ste. 407
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: (206) 464-1519


Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Practicum


Joseph Jordan is a staff attorney in the Foreclosure Prevention Unit of Northwest Justice Project. His work focuses on advocating for middle- to low-income homeowners in default on their home mortgage. Professor Jordan represents homeowners in all stages of foreclosure, assisting in applying for loan modifications, representing at foreclosure mediation under the Foreclosure Fairness Act, and litigating cases to protect homeowner rights. Professor Jordan has presented at numerous seminars on the legal and ethical issues faced by a homeowner advocate.

Prior to joining Northwest Justice Project in 2011, Professor Jordan worked as a public defender for various municipalities in Snohomish and King Counties. He represented criminal defendants in all stages of prosecution and appeal, and has valuable trial and motion practice experience.

Professor Jordan received his B.A. from Seattle University in 2002 and his J.D from Boston College Law School in 2006.