Prior to joining McKean Smith, Jordan was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Roger J. DeHoog of the Oregon Court of Appeals and previously clerked for the Honorable Barbara A. Madsen of the Washington Supreme Court. As a judicial clerk at the appellate level, she had the opportunity to work on a variety of cases, including those addressing criminal, family, and juvenile law.
During law school, Jordan worked as an appellate intern at the Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office appearing in court on behalf of the State of Washington. She also worked at a Seattle-based domestic violence agency.
“Families are so important, and we often see them at a very difficult time. I strive to help people have their voices heard, resolve their conflict, and get back to living their lives.”
Jordan was born and raised in Washington. Outside of work, Jordan enjoys exploring the outdoors with her husband and son, chasing around her dog, and playing in a regular mahjong group.