Jordan is a practicing attorney in Texas, and the Legal Technology Advisor at Smokeball. Her family law expertise includes complex property division and contentious custody cases, as well as appeals and prenuptial agreements. In addition to her family law practice, Jordan is passionate about legal technology and how it can revolutionize firms. To that end, Jordan created her Smokeball series, Hacking Law Firm Success with Jordan Turk, where she interviews law firm founders about how they grew and scaled their practices, as well as their ethos behind managing a firm. She also gives CLEs across the country on topics ranging from client relationships to proper trust account management Jordan graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Classics, History, and Religious Studies. She then went on to attend the University of Arkansas School of Law to earn her J.D. After almost four years of practice with a high-asset family law firm in Houston, Jordan discovered the world of legal technology which ultimately brought her to Smokeball. Jordan has authored and co-authored many articles that you can find in various state bar publications and around the internet. Passionate about giving back to her community, Jordan makes a point of taking pro bono cases whenever possible.
Client communication is no longer just sending an email and calling it a day. Clients have changed how they want to access legal services, and firms need to either adapt or get left behind. From intake to interactive client portals to automated notifications, lawyers have the ability to foster stronger relationships with their clients. In […]
In today’s fast-paced legal world, efficiency in administrative tasks can be the difference between growth and stagnation for a law firm. Manual billing and invoicing, often error-prone and time-consuming, can significantly hinder a firm’s productivity and client satisfaction. Automating this vital process is no longer just a luxury but a necessity for modern law practices. […]