Personal injury attorney, Jordan Gremillion, was born in New Orleans and raised in Slidell, Louisiana. After graduating high school, Jordan enlisted in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps as a paralegal specialist. During his time in the JAG Corps he deployed to Afghanistan with the 101st Airborne Division working in many areas of the law including foreign claims and administrative law. While in Afghanistan, he was awarded the Combat Action Badge for being engaged by an enemy combatant as well as an Army Commendation Medal.
After his deployment, he was selected to be a paralegal on the prosecution team on the world-renowned case of United States v. Bergdahl, which garnered the attention of multiple Presidents and news media outlets.
Jordan returned home to finish his undergraduate degree at LSU. He decided to remain a Tiger and pursue his law degree at LSU as well. He graduated with his Juris Doctor and Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law in 2021.
Jordan began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where he worked as a misdemeanor prosecutor, juvenile prosecutor, and in the Veteran’s Court Program. While there, he gained trial experience and spent countless hours in the courtroom fighting for victims.
Desiring to make a switch to personal injury law, Jordan decided to work for Murphy Law Firm, where he would have an opportunity to fight for injured clients, especially in the courtroom.
Outside the Office
When Jordan isn’t fighting for clients, he spends most of his free time with his dog, Roux. He also enjoys watching the Saints and Pelicans!