Jordan is an Associate in Stoll Keenon Ogden’s Evansville office. She has been with the firm since 2021 and contributes to practice groups focusing on business services, real estate, and family law.
After graduating from the University of Evansville, Jordan earned her J.D. at Notre Dame Law School. While there, she served as articles editor of the Notre Dame Law Review and was active with the Moot Court Board and Women’s Legal Forum.
A former Stoll Keenon Ogden summer Associate, Jordan brings a broad range of relevant experience to the firm, including service as a protective order intake officer with Vanderburgh County Superior Court and as a legal advocacy intern with the Albion Fellows Bacon Center, which offers advocacy and shelter to victims of domestic violence. She also spent several years as a legal assistant at a law firm in her hometown of Ferdinand, Indiana.
Business Services: Jordan and the other attorneys in the Business Services practice group represent buyers and sellers in an array of matters, from purchase and sales agreements to incorporation and bankruptcy filings. By working effectively and efficiently, they help business owners focus on what they do best: running their businesses.
Real Estate: Jordan advises clients in connection with the acquisition, sale, and financing of real estate in the Tri-State Region.
Family Law: Jordan supports families as they work through issues ranging from estate planning to divorce to the establishment of guardianships. Recognizing the emotional impact of family disputes, she offers deep empathy to each client.
Attorney’s Gender, Race, and Emotion Affected Jurors’ Perceptions of Attorney Effectiveness, American Psychology-Law
Society Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, March 2018
Juror Gender Differences in Expressed Emotion during Deliberation: Applying a Social Appraisal Framework, American
Psychology-Law Society Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, March 2018