Boston University School of Law,
B.A., summa cum laude
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
US Ct Appeals, 8th Circuit (AR, IA, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD)
US Supreme Ct
American Law Institute
American Bar Foundation
Missouri Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Listed in The Best Lawyers in America® (by BL Rankings), 2007-2021
Thompson Coburn LLP
Senior Counsel, 2020-Present
Sidley Austin LLP
Senior Counsel, 2016-2020
Law Offices of Jordan B. Cherrick
Armstrong Teasdale LLP
Hebrew (Limited working proficiency)
Jordan has represented clients for more than 30 years in litigation, including appeals, commercial disputes, product liability cases, constitutional litigation and matters before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Jordan uses his experience to develop legal themes and strategies for the entire case. He focuses on preparing, drafting and arguing complex substantive motions in the trial court, post-trial motions tailored to his clients' needs and preserving issues for appellate review.
Jordan has briefed and argued numerous cases in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and the appellate courts of Missouri. He has appeared in five cases on the merits before the Supreme Court of the United States and has presented oral argument in two cases involving constitutional issues.
Jordan was honored in 2014 for twenty-five years of service as an active elected member of the American Law Institute. He is also a past recipient of the Missouri Bar Foundation's David J. Dixon Appellate Advocacy Award. Jordan has published articles in a variety of legal publications on the topic of appellate litigation, including the ABA's Appellate Practice Journal where he wrote a column on the U.S. Supreme Court for many years. He has spoken on strategies in appellate advocacy and has given lectures on aspects of constitutional and appellate litigation at Washington University School of Law and Saint Louis University School of Law.
Advocacy and Emotion
138 Federal Rules Decisions 619 1991
Issues, Facts, and Appellate Strategy
Litigation (American Bar Association) Spring 1990
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