Jordan Barnette is an Associate with the firm out of our Johnson City office. Before attending law school, Jordan worked in direct patient care as a program counselor in an inpatient mental health facility; most often in the men’s acute and adolescent units. As direct care personnel, he worked closely with physicians and a patient care team in a dynamic high-pressure environment.
During law school, Jordan volunteered his time with the expungement clinic and the Jury Sunshine Project, which studies how racial bias affects jury selection in criminal cases. He then focused his studies in the areas of labor and employment law. Prior to law school, Jordan obtained Legal Aid of North Carolina’s Judge Samuel J. Ervin III fellowship, where he developed a varied practice in the areas of housing, employment, social security, and consumer law.
East Tennessee State University, B.A.
Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D.
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