Client Centered, Client Focused

Solution-focused and creative thinking are two primary assets of an exceptional lawyer. We have both in our attorneys. We are driven by the premise that we can meet your legal needs through diligent, tireless effort and determination. We are social engineers.  We are attorneys who help address the injustices. We advocate for those who don’t know how to protect themselves.  Our role is to maintain law and justice for everyone regardless of age, gender, race or background.  We are client-centered, client-focused.

Iana Del Darlington Jordan Benjamin

Iana Del Darlington Jordan Benjamin is an attorney, and a shareholder of Darlington Jordan Law, P.A. Prior to forming Darlington Jordan Law, P.A., Ms. Benjamin clerked for former Judge Kenneth G. Macleay of Maryland, focusing primarily on civil litigation, specifically worker’s compensation law.

Ms. Benjamin also clerked for United States Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Senior Member of the House Judiciary Committee.  Ms. Benjamin also interned for Former President William (Bill) Jefferson Clinton.

Ms. Benjamin now handles a full range of criminal and civil cases. She has significant experience in the areas of worker’s compensation law, real estate law, immigration law and criminal defense.

Ms. Benjamin is a member of The Jacksonville Bar Association, Clay County Bar Association, and Orange County Bar Association. 

Ms. Benjamin was appointed to the Florida Coastal Alumni Board of Directors.

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Juris Doctor
Florida Coastal School of Law, Jacksonville FL

Bachelor of Arts
City University of New York,
New York, NY
Major: Organization Psychology, Cum Laude


Federal Courts

US District Court for the Middle District of Florida

State Courts


Professional & Civic Involvement

American Bar Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Jacksonville Bar Association
Daniel Webster Perkins Bar Association
Clay County Bar Association
Orange County Bar Association
Florida Coastal Alumni Board of Directors