Jordan W. Reece is an Associate at JFB Legal. He has experience with trial and document preparation in a civil and criminal context, for both state and federal courts. Mr. Reece served on William & Mary’s Business Law Review and was Captain of the ABA Student Tax Law Challenge Team. Prior to joining JFB Legal, Mr. Reece worked as a Law Clerk at Parrish Snead Franklin Simpson on issues ranging from landlord/tenant disputes, to contract revocation, and establishing the existence of an implied-in-fact contract in the absence of formal writing. Mr. Reece has also provided pro bono assistance through one of William & Mary’s clinics, helping low-income residents navigate the complexities of the Internal Revenue Service’s tax code.
William & Mary Law School, J.D., 2021, cum laude
- Business Law Review ABA Student Tax Law Challenge Team, Captain Law Capella, Vice President
University of Mary Washington, B.A., Philosophy, B.A. English, 2011, summa cum laude
- Phi Beta Kappa Scholar Honors Thesis in Philosophy University of Mary Washington Rugby
- Summer Clerk – Wrote in-depth research memoranda and briefs on issues pertaining to client needs, e.g., whether a South Carolina judgment domesticated in Virginia and outside the South Carolina statute of limitations may be enforced in Virginia. Wrote medical and deposition summaries in anticipation of litigation, and a variety of correspondence to opposing counsel, e.g., letters of deficiency.
- Public Services Student Assistant – Helped students conduct academic research utilizing the library’s electronic databases and physical resources. At times served in a supervisory capacity over other student employees. Responded to student inquiries with excellent customer service concerning library resources.
- Summer Intern – Conducted legal research on topics, e.g., the circumstances necessary to be found guilty of misdemeanor versus felony and assisted the Public Defender’s Office in representing clients facing felony charges. Interviewed clients in anticipation of trial. Served the Public Defender by taking the lead on other necessary tasks that arose, such as preparing, filing, and editing motions, as well as pulling search warrants.