Jordan P. Shuber


Jordan is a partner in our Butler office. His practice primarily focuses on complex litigation, appellate, and municipal matters; however, he assists all his clients by addressing whatever diverse legal needs they may be facing.

Jordan is a native of Butler and a graduate of Butler High School. He began his legal career very early, accepting a position as a litigation paralegal with a nationally renowned Amlaw 100 law firm in Philadelphia immediately after graduating from Penn State University. After working in Philadelphia for a number of years, he moved back to Pittsburgh to attend Duquesne University School of Law.

While in law school, Jordan worked for the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office as well as a prominent Pittsburgh personal injury firm. Jordan also received distinguished honors for his trial advocacy and legal writing skills.

Following law school, Jordan lived and worked in Pittsburgh for a prestigious downtown litigation firm handling a vast variety of complicated litigation and municipal matters.

After spending a number of years in the city, Jordan returned to his hometown of Butler to join the esteemed Butler County firm of Dillon, McCandless, King, Coulter & Graham, L.L.P.

Since joining the firm in 2017, Jordan has become an integral part of the firm’s litigation practice group working on various cases covered by media outlets both statewide and nationwide. When not in the courtroom, Jordan regularly serves as a solicitor for the firm’s municipal and school clients. Jordan has successfully handled many matters that have resulted in precedential opinions, and he proudly represents government entities across the region both as a solicitor and special counsel.

In addition to practicing law, Jordan is an avid golfer and musician. He also volunteers in the area through his church, Northway Christian Community and has humbly served for over a decade as a board member of Christian Legal Aid, an organization devoted to providing pro bono legal services to those who cannot afford it.