DAVID R. JORDAN is the sole shareholder of The Law Offices of David R. Jordan, P.C. in Gallup, New Mexico. He practices in Navajo law, employment law and general civil litigation representing a largely Navajo clientele. He has served as the treasurer and vice-president of the Navajo Nation Bar Association. He has also served as the chair of the NNBA’s training committee.
In his practice, he has been counsel of record for approximately twenty-four reported Navajo Supreme Court opinions, and he has represented hundreds of clients before the Navajo Nation Labor Commission. He is active in pro bono work and community service, receiving an award from the New Mexico Supreme Court for his pro bono service in 2009.
Jordan is a member of the State Bar of Arizona, the State Bar of New Mexico, the federal bar in both states, the Navajo Nation Bar Association, the White Mountain Apache Bar, the Pueblo of Zuni bar, the Pueblo of Hopi Bar, and he is admitted to practice in both the Ninth and Tenth Circuits.
Jordan was raised on the Navajo Nation in Fort Defiance, Arizona, graduating from Window Rock High School in 1984. He presently resides in the Window Rock area with his four daughters.