Attorneys Who Put Family First
Jordan brings the area of immigration law to Talmud Law.
A native of Buﬀalo, New York, Jordan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science with a minor in Spanish from Daemen College in 2015 where she was a Trustee Scholar, received the Tomaszkiewicsz-Florio Scholarship for Summer Studies at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, and volunteered at International Institute of Buﬀalo.
She later received her Juris Doctorate from University at Buﬀalo School of Law in 2018 where she was awarded the Order of the Barristers for her excellence in oral advocacy and brief writing, Minority Bar Foundation of Western New York Award, and the Dale S. Margulis Award for the member of the graduating class who has contributed the most to the School of Law and the community.
Jordan was a Student Attorney in the Family Violence and Women's Rights Clinic and a Summer Law Clerk with New York State 8th Judicial District Family Court's Hon. Lisa Bloch Rodwin. During her law school experience she studied abroad at Glasgow University where she studied international and European Union law, served as Vice President of the Student Bar Association, President of the Family and Children Law Society, and Community Service Director of the Law School's Chapter of the National Black Law Student Association. Jordan was also the Chair of the Students of Color Committee/Dinner, and participated in the National Black Law Student Association's Moot Court competition and in the American Bar Association's Representation in Mediation Competition.
She joined Talmud Law as a law clerk in 2020 and has enjoyed assisting clients with their matrimonial and family matters. Now she is excited to also help families navigate the unique and ever-changing challenges of the immigration system.
Jordan's New York State law practice is limited to immigration law. She is currently licensed to practice before the EOIR Immigration Court and is a member of American Immigration Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, Minnesota State Bar Association, Minority Bar of Western New York, and the Bar Association of Erie County.
Outside of the oﬃce, Jordan is a leader at Prince of Peace Christian Church in Buﬀalo's West Side. She is also a member of a local school board in the city of Buﬀalo.