Jordan tailored his law school experience with the goal of pursuing a career in litigation. After his first year of law school, he interned at a boutique litigation law firm where he worked on a variety of matters ranging from cyber bullying incidents to partition actions. During his second year of law school, he externed for the Supreme Court of New York County’s Mediation Office and competed in the National Trial Competition as a member of Cardozo’s Mock Trial Team. As a third-year law student, Jordan interned in the Litigation Unit of the United States Department of Homeland Security where he handled matters related to mental competency and Special Immigrant Juveniles before the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Prior to attending law school, Jordan earned a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies along with a minor in Entrepreneurship from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During his time in Madison, he served as a student researcher for UW-Madison’s Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic.
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