Baker Botts’ Jordan Heads Back To The Middle East
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Baker Botts partner and former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Robert W. Jordan is heading back to the region as the partner in charge of the firm’s Middle East offices.

Jordan will replace the firm’s previous partner in charge, David Emmons, who served three years in the role and will return to Baker Botts’ Dallas office.

Jordan was appointed Ambassador to Saudi Arabia in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks by President George W. Bush. He served in the role until 2003 and returned to Baker Botts the following year.


Baker Botts opened its first Middle East office in 2001. The firm now has more than 20 lawyers in three offices – Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Riyadh. Baker Botts dates back to 1840 and has more than 750 lawyers.



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