Jordan earned her undergraduate degree from the University of New Mexico in Business Administration, as a scholarship Division 1 Athlete in soccer. She then received her certificate in Paralegal studies from the University of Tulsa. Jordan started her career as a paralegal in private practice, eventually heading to the public sector at the City of Tulsa as a Litigation paralegal. During her time at the City of Tulsa, Jordan was inspired to seek more from her legal career. Jordan has always been inspired by her father, who practiced law in Tulsa for forty plus years. Jordan then attended the University of Tulsa College of Law, receiving her Juris Doctorate graduating with Honors. During her time in law school, Jordan gained a wealth of knowledge clerking for three prestigious Tulsa County District Judges: Judge Mary Fitzgerald, Judge Dana Kuehn, and Judge Rebecca Nightingale. Jordan also received the CALI award for Future Excellence in Trial Skills. Jordan has always had a servant’s heart and received a Public Service Designation, in recognition for completing approximately 400 volunteer and pro bono hours for various entities and people in need within the community.
Jordan began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Tulsa County, assigned to the domestic violence docket. She then transitioned her public service to the City of Broken Arrow, serving as the City prosecutor as well as the police legal advisor under the tutelage of City Attorney Beth Ann Childs. Jordan has a passion for giving back and serving others in their time of need. Her practice is dedicated to issues surrounding family law and police legal defense. Jordan lives in South Tulsa with her husband and their two boys.
Civic Involvement & Leadership
Leadership Tulsa Class 62
Professional & Organizational Memberships
Tulsa County Bar Association
Oklahoma Bar Association
Fraternal Order of Police Legal Defense Plan Member
Council Oak/Johnson-Sontag Chapter of the American Inns of Court