Jordan grew up in southern California, moving to Florence, Kentucky while in high school. She attended Northern Kentucky University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. Jordan’s undergraduate accomplishments include graduating summa cum laude, one semester early, and giving the Commencement speech as the Valedictorian. Post-graduation, Jordan received the Byron Award, the English Department’s highest award.
Jordan attended the University of Cincinnati College of Law where she obtained her Juris Doctorate. She served on the Human Rights Quarterly journal as a staff member and senior editor throughout law school. Her most notable experiences while in law school include participating in the Domestic Violence/Civil Protection Order Clinic, receiving the Professor Nora J. Lauerman Family Law Prize, and serving as Judge Timothy Oliver’s law clerk at the Warren County Domestic Relations Court.
Jordan lives in Pleasant Ridge in Cincinnati with her boyfriend and German Shepherd, Reggie. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, and taking her dog to Amberley Green and French Park.
Jordan joined Tibbs Law Office in August of 2016 and was admitted to practice law in Ohio in November of 2016. Her practice is devoted to family law, including collaborative divorce, divorce, dissolution, child custody, child support, post decree matters, and civil protection orders in Hamilton, Warren, Butler, and Clermont counties.
Jordan works directly with the Ohio Domestic Violence Network, Women Helping Women, and the YWCA, where she provides legal assistance and representation to victims of domestic violence.
Jordan offers complimentary thirty-minute consultations to new prospective clients.