While attending DU Law, Jordan focused mainly on Constitutional Law and Civil Rights issues, participating in the school’s Civil Rights Clinic. Through her work in this clinic, Jordan was provided early experience in complex litigation issues, and through representation of Colorado Department of Corrections inmates, she was exposed to a myriad of unique clients.

After graduating law school in 2013, Jordan began working for a local workers’ compensation attorney, and in 2014 joined a small-sized personal injury firm where she managed workers’ compensation, pre-litigation, litigation and Social Security Disability cases for four years.

In August 2019, Jordan and her husband welcomed their first child, prior to joining The Sawaya Law Firm in December 2019. When she is not working, Jordan enjoys spending time with her family, including their dog, Chama.