Jordan helps corporations navigate high-impact litigation. She is responsible for cases in state and federal courts across the country, from Delaware Chancery Court to Dallas County Court at Law. Her work spans a variety of legal issues, including securities regulation, tort liability, and complex contract issues.
Jordan previously served as a judicial law clerk to Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht of the Texas Supreme Court. Working in the state's highest court honed her knowledge of both procedural barriers to obtaining review and substantive law on wide-ranging issues including oil and gas litigation, the Texas Citizens Participation Act, and employer negligence liability.
Jordan's passion for service translates to active involvement in the firm's pro bono and community outreach efforts. Her recent pro bono matters include representing a domestic violence survivor in a custody modification suit and negotiating a resolution with a property owner to eliminate suspected criminal activity at a home in West Dallas. In 2018, Baker Botts honored Jordan with the Romina L. Mulloy-Bossio Award for Commitment to the Community, recognizing associates who provide excellent pro bono service.