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Steinberg Law Firm's Michael J. Jordan unanimously voted in Trident Literacy Association

03-1-2018
Charleston Personal Injury Lawyer Michael J. Jordan

Steinberg Law Firm's Michael J. Jordan unanimously voted in Trident Literacy Association

Attorney Michael J. Jordan, who recently was unanimously voted in to be on the board of directors for Trident Literacy Association, is a strong proponent for the Steinberg Law Firm. With a steadfast background in law, Mr. Jordan plans to take on TLA with a promising future for both the association and for himself as a member of the Charleston community.

Mr. Jordan earned his B.A. degree at University of South Carolina and continued on to get his law degree at Florida Coastal School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Jordan volunteered at a legal aid clinic. Promptly after graduating, Mr. Jordan was hired at the Steinberg Law Firm. He felt a connection with Steinberg Law Firm from his background in volunteering.

The legal aid clinic taught him that everyone has a right to a fair hearing. Mr. Jordan has continued that lesson in his work with Steinberg Law Firm as well as his continued commitment to volunteering. He dedicates hours of work with multiple non-profit organizations like Lowcountry AIDS Services in Charleston and Kids Chance of South Carolina. His new position with Trident Literacy Association is yet further proof towards his devotion to the community.

TLA focuses on a strong community impact, dedicated to improving literacy among American adults. TLA provides services that boost self-confidence and change lives. Mr. Jordan is excited to take part in the association’s mission.

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