Jordan E. McKay


Team Members

Matthew J. Baldwin: (434) 951-7320

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Jordan represents clients on various areas of commercial litigation and business law. His litigation experience includes matters involving business torts, construction law, securities litigation, and arbitration and employment law. In addition, he also provides legal representation to small-and medium-sized business on general corporate matters such as business formation and structure, commercial leases, employee-related matters, mergers and acquisitions, and negotiating and drafting of contracts. Most recently, Jordan served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Virginia, where he prosecuted money laundering and felony drug conspiracy cases, managed grand jury investigations, and wrote and drafted appellate briefs before U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Prior to his appointment as a Special Assistant United States Attorney, Jordan clerked for the Honorable Alfred S. Irving, Jr. of the D.C. Superior Court in Washington, D.C., where he was exposed to various areas of family and civil law.

Charlottesville Albemarle Bar Association

Old Dominion Bar Association

Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Business Litigation Section

Member of Thomas Jefferson Inn of Court

Panelist, American Bar Association’s Law Student Division at College of William and Mary Marshall- Wythe School of Law

Super Lawyers, Virginia Rising Star 2017

The Validity of Stockholders’ Representatives after Aveta, Deal Lawyers, March-April 2011

Bar Admissions

Virginia State Bar

District of Columbia Bar


Amherst College, B.A. cum laude 2007

University of Richmond School of Law, J.D. 2010

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