Jordan Krasnow is Of Counsel at the law firm of Goulston & Storrs in Boston, specializing in real estate acquisitions and dispositions, real estate financing, and real estate development. Prior to becoming Of Counsel, Jordan was a Director at the firm for 26 years, from 1986-2012. Jordan has received numerous awards for his 40 years of real estate practice: Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rated AV Preeminent TM; “Boston Real Estate Lawyer of the Year,” Best Lawyers, 2010; “Robert S. Swain Jr. Distinguished Service Award” Recipient, REFA 2009; Massachusetts Super Lawyer, 2004-2013; Best Lawyers in America, 2006- 2014; Listed as one of the World’s Leading Real Estate Lawyers, 2004; Recipient, 1995 B’nai B’rith Distinguished Achievement Award; Who’s Who in America; and Who’s Who in American Law.
Jordan is a Director of the Roxbury Preparatory Charter School Foundation, Inc. and a Director of Habitat for Humanity, Greater Boston. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation. Additionally, Jordan is a member of the Board of Directors of Veterans Legal Services.
Jordan received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Boston University School of Law in 1968 and his B.A. from Clark University in 1965.
As an Access to Justice Fellow, Jordan will be working with Veterans Legal Services (VLS), which utilizes staff attorneys, law students, and volunteer attorneys to serve homeless and low-income veterans, as well as other homeless individuals. This year, after a competitive process, VLS was selected by Root Cause as one of five organizations to receive recognition as Social Innovator. Jordan will be working with VLS as it looks to grow, assisting in corporate organization, corporate governance, and corporate development.