For the past 25 years, Jordan Yeager has fought to protect the constitution’s guaranteed freedoms and promise of equal rights.
The grandson of an immigrant, and the son of a Naval officer, Jordan was raised with a deep belief in American values. His broad litigation experience was influenced by uncles from both sides of the aisle: one a high profile civil rights lawyer; the other ran for Congress as a conservative Goldwater Republican.
Jordan has never shied away from taking on powerful special interests. He has won landmark constitutional cases and fought to secure justice for thousands of citizens across the Commonwealth.
His advocacy on behalf of the powerless has been repeatedly recognized by his peers and earned him the distinction as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer.
Jordan was raised in Upper Bucks County, graduated from Palisades High School and lives in Doylestown.
He sits on the Board of Directors of the Bucks County Bar Association and serves as the Founder and Chair of the association’s Appellate Section. He currently serves as lead outside counsel for the Delaware Riverkeeper Network.
“I’m dedicated to making 'Justice for All' a reality, drawing on my decades of experience defending individual liberty and constitutional rights, representing the discriminated and harassed, and advocating for clean air, pure water and a healthy environment.” -- Jordan Yeager
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Jordan lives in Doylestown with his wife, Kathy, their daughter Colette (a student at Tufts University), and their dog, Zoie.