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Jordyne C. Johnson


Jordyne Johnson represents owners, prime contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in construction litigation and arbitration matters.

Professional Biography

Jordyne Johnson is an associate in Baker Donelson's Nashville office and assists clients with construction litigation and arbitration matters, including complex commercial construction disputes involving breach of contract, wrongful termination, construction defect, delay, differing site conditions, extension of time/additional work, and lien and bond claims. She represents owners, prime contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers on commercial construction projects throughout Tennessee.

Jordyne regularly advises her clients on litigation strategy and the negotiation and settlement of disputes. In addition to her background as a litigator, Jordyne has successfully resolved claims through arbitration.

  • Member – American Bar Association, Forum on Construction Law
  • Member – Tennessee Bar Association
  • Member – Nashville Bar Association
  • Member – Lawyers' Association for Women, Marion Griffin Chapter
  • Member – Head's Young Alumnae Council, Harpeth Hall School
  • Member – Georgetown University Alumni Admissions Program
  • Class Ambassador – Georgetown University Class of 2017 Committee
  • "Daniels v. FanDuel, Inc.: The Vicious Cycle of Making Money Off Amateur Athletes' Personalities and Performances Continues Under Indiana Precedent," The Sports Lawyers Journal, Vol. 27 (2020)
  • "Dent v. National Football League: The Ninth Circuit Declines to Preempt Former Professional Football Players' Claims Under Section 301 of the Labor Management Relations Act," The Sports Lawyers Journal, Vol. 26 (2019)
  • "Construction Case Law Update," Tennessee Association of Construction Counsel (November 2021)



  • Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2020
    • Editor-in-Chief, The Sports Lawyers Journal
  • Georgetown University, B.A., 2017


  • Tennessee
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee

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