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About Lorie Mason Jordan

         Lorie has witnessed Conway’s transformation firsthand.  Where there were pastures, there are now buildings that contain businesses, and jobs for the hardworking people of Faulkner County. After graduating from Conway High School, Lorie attended University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. Lorie furthered her education by attending law school at the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law. Lorie received her Juris Doctorate in 2008, and became a licensed attorney for the state of Arkansas in 2009.


        Prior to opening a law firm of her own in 2014, Mason Law Firm & Associates, PLC, Lorie Mason Jordan gained invaluable experience in the following roles. Lorie Mason Jordan: 

  •  Was a Law Clerk for Justice Rhonda Wood in the Juvenile Division circuit court of the 20th Judicial District, which includes Faulkner, Van Buren, and Searcy counties (when Justice Wood was a Circuit Court Judge) ;

  •   Worked with Arkansas Legal Services to provide legal advice and information to the less fortunate individuals that could not afford an attorney; 

  •  Served as the City Attorney for Menifee;

  • Served as Special Judge for  former Judge David Reynolds (retired); and

  • Served as a Deputy Public Defender in Faulkner County. 

In addition to running her own practice and vigorously representing her clients, Lorie Mason Jordan always goes the extra mile to advocate for the community. Currently, Lorie Mason Jordan: 

  • Is a member of the Conway School Foundation Board;

  • Serves on the Arkansas Supreme Court Practice Committee;

  •  Is on the Board of Directors  for the StopDV (domestic violence) Program (since 2019); and 

  • Serves on the Criminal Justice Task Force on Offender Court Costs (appointed in 2021).

         Lorie Mason Jordan stated, “as an attorney and small business owner, who is also raising a family here, I celebrate the policies and programs that our public officials have implemented to improve Arkansas as a whole. If elected, I, too, would be an advocate for positive progress within such programs and would be eager to hear from the public regarding issues they want those in public office to improve. I am proud of the progress our communities have made, and I hope to have the opportunity to do my part in continuing Arkansas’ positive progression.”

        As an experienced attorney and a small business owner, Lorie celebrates the court programs and judicial systems that serve the community well. If elected, Lorie aims to do her part in improving the consistency of justice, as well as the accessibility and inclusivity to community programs. 


       Born and raised in Conway, Lorie and her sister (Nasha Seawright Scott) are the daughters of Mr. Henry Mason, Jr. and Mrs. Wilma Mason. Lorie’s father, Henry Mason, Jr., retired in 2022, after an incredible 42-year career with Conway Corporation. Wilma Mason, Lorie’s mother, retired after a successful 35-year career with Acxiom. Living a life of integrity, working hard, and serving the community are values that were instilled in Lorie throughout her childhood.  


       “At a very young age, I remember feeling immense admiration and respect for my parents’ work ethic, their dedication to our family and communities.  My husband, Antonio “AJ” Jordan, and I hope to pass along the same morals and values to our two children,” Lorie stated. They have one daughter, Maison, who is eight years old, and one son, Liam, who is five years old.


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