Birmingham Divorce Attorney Jonathan H. Green | Cordell & Cordell

Jonathan H. Green

Litigation Attorney

Birmingham divorce attorney Jonathan GreenBirmingham divorce attorney Jonathan Green understands that issues in domestic relations are sensitive and personal. To be successful in achieving client goals, clear communication and trust needs to be established between the client and attorney.

“I am dedicated to establishing that communication and trust while also observing the gravity and personal nature of my clients’ ongoing legal issues,” Mr. Green said.

He brings his experience practicing in Federal Court, a practice that requires devotion to detail, procedural perfection, and strategic litigation planning, to clients looking for a competitive edge in their domestic relations issues.

“I am willing to put in the extra time to devise the best litigation strategy I can for my clients,” he said.

Licenses & Admissions

Mr. Green is licensed to practice in Alabama.


Mr. Green received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alabama. He earned his juris doctor from Cumberland School of Law where he graduated cum laude.

Professional Experience

After graduating law school, Mr. Green accepted a position as a legal term clerk in the Northern District of Alabama for Federal Judge Lynwood Smith, Jr. There, he worked in chambers with court personnel and Judge Smith, managing the court’s civil docket and preparing draft orders and memoranda for the court.

Following his term clerk position, he accepted a position as an Associate Attorney at a full-service litigation firm. There, he worked in the firm’s Labor and Employment Litigation group focusing his practice on Federal Employment Discrimination suits, related state law litigation, and home warranty law.

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, he worked for an immigration law firm where he adopted a general practice work load handling cases in many areas of the law, including but not limited to: family law, criminal law, personal injury law, and workers’ compensation law.


  • Alabama State Bar Association
  • United States Federal Court, Northern District of Alabama

Speeches, Seminars, & Publications

  • Jonathan Green, “Trade Secrets and Data Security: A Proposed Minimum Standard of Reasonable Efforts of Data Security When Seeking Trade Secret Protection for Consumer Information,” 46 Cumb. L. Rev. 181 (2015-2016).