Jordan is an attorney in Charlotte Christian Law’s office in North Alabama. She was born and raised in North Alabama before attending Samford University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree with honors. Following college, Jordan was a teacher for three years. While teaching, Jordan earned her Master’s degree at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Jordan left the classroom to attend the University of Alabama School of Law. There, Jordan was the Managing Editor of the Alabama Law Review, was a member of the Campbell Moot Court Board, and served on the law school’s honor council.
After graduating from law school, Jordan worked as a prosecutor in the Marshall County District Attorney’s Office for over four years. She decided to shift her practice to family law because she enjoys connecting with and supporting others as they navigate difficult situations. This is especially true when those situations involve the most important things in her clients’ lives—their families. Supporting victims in criminal cases was Jordan’s favorite part of being a prosecutor, and she is excited to employ those skills in her family law practice.
When she’s not working, Jordan enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children, reading, and being involved with her church and community.
University of Alabama School of Law, 2017, J.D.
University of Alabama-Huntsville, 2013, M.A. in English
Samford University, 2011, B.A. in English