Brandon J. Jordan Joins Widener Law School’s Dean’s Diversity Board
Brandon J. Jordan, associate in the Workers’ Compensation Department at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, has been selected to join the Widener University Commonwealth Law School Dean’s Diversity Board. This advisory board oversees the diversity initiatives of the law school and advises the Dean, Director of Admissions, and other school departments on executing initiatives related to bringing greater diversity to the school and legal profession.
In his practice at Marshall Dennehey, Mr. Jordan defends the interests of employers, third party administrators and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation matters. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, he obtained his juris doctor from Widener University Commonwealth Law School where he was involved in numerous leadership activities, including president of the Student Bar Association from 2016-2017. He was also an active member of the American Bar Association Law Student Division, the Black Law Students Association, and the Trial Advocacy Honor Society, where he took first place in the 2017 Hugh P. Pearce Trial Advocacy Competition.
Mr. Jordan is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania.