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Jordan Teague

Jordan Teague

Associate - Birmingham, Alabama
PH: (205) 458-5488
Fax: (205) 244-5723
Email: Jordan
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Jordan practices in the firm’s Financial Services Litigation group.

Jordan received her J.D. from Vanderbilt University, where she was the Senior Technology Editor of the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law. As Senior Technology Editor, she developed the journal’s first independent website at and oversaw the journal’s daily legal blog. Jordan received her B.A., magna cum laude, in Mathematics-Economics from Furman University.

Prior to law school, Jordan worked at Erwin-Penland Advertising in Greenville, South Carolina, first in account service and later as the agency’s first web analyst. After her time with the advertising agency, Jordan began her own web consulting practice, providing web development and online marketing services for her clients.

Jordan is also a contributing author to the firm's Consumer Finance Litigation Blog.


What are your hobbies?
First and foremost, music—playing guitar, writing music, singing, performing, and even building instruments on occasion. Cooking is my other favorite creative outlet. I also enjoy running and playing Ultimate Frisbee.

What advice would you give to a young student in law school?
Make some friends who aren’t in law school. While most of my closest friends were fellow classmates when I was a law student, having friends outside my program helped me keep a good perspective and school-life balance. Hanging out with my non-law-student friends and hearing about their experiences reminded me that there is much more to life than the legal field.

How do you spend your weekend?
Getting outdoors, discovering new restaurants, traveling—or simply enjoying low-key time at home.