Jordan M. McCroskey was born in Santa Cruz, California, and raised in Lodi, California. He graduated as the valedictorian of Lodi High School, where he also played three years of varsity basketball and two years of varsity baseball. He then attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where in 2011, he graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Public Policy.
After graduating from UCLA, Jordan moved to Sacramento, where he worked as a civil litigation legal assistant for six years before attending the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. At McGeorge, he served as an extern for Chief United States District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller and as the president of the Junior Barristers Association. He graduated in 2021 with great distinction. Thereafter, he passed the July 2021 California Bar Exam and was admitted to the California State Bar in November of 2021.
Jordan began his career as an attorney at one of the largest civil litigation firms in Sacramento. He defended public entities like the County of Sacramento in torts-based actions. He then joined Gurnee Mason Rushford Bonotto & Forestiere LLP, where he continues to utilize his civil litigation experience to effectively defend our clients in various matters.