Jordan Walker

Private Client Executive

Jordan is a Private Client Executive in the Private Client Department at Clapham & Collinge. Jordan joined the firm as a Client Relations Assistant in June 2016 after working at Aviva as a Customer Service Representative for 5 years. During this time Jordan was often a client's first point of contact within the firm and prides herself on delivering high quality service.

Jordan is currently training to become a Chartered Legal Executive having started her studies in July 2016. She is a Graduate of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, having completed the Level 3 Professional Diploma in Law and Practice in June 2018 and the Level 6 Diploma in Law and Practice in September 2020. Jordan averaged a distinction across all of her exams.

Jordan completed her first seat in Conveyancing and now works as a Private Client Executive in the Private Client Department in the Wills, Trusts and Probate Team and the Court of Protection Team. She primarily assists Lin Whitehead with Court of Protection matters such as Deputyships, Statutory Wills and Personal Injury Trusts following compensation from a personal injury or clinical negligence claim, however also deals with Wills, Estate Administration and Lasting Powers of Attorney. Jordan has also worked closely on NHS Continuing Healthcare appeals for clients wishing to challenge the outcome of an NHS Continuing Healthcare assessment.

In her free time Jordan enjoys taking part in pub quizzes, spending time with family and friends, and cooking.

Client Feedback

  • ''I would like to express my thanks to Jordan Walker. She has handled all the organising required so that the matter has been brought to a successful conclusion. Her patience and attention to all aspects of decision making have resulted in me being able to get this painful episode brought to a satisfactory end.''

    August 2021
  • "I must say it has been a pleasure to do business with you and I am very grateful to you for all your patience, courtesy and help over the last eleven months."

    April 2019