Based in Atlanta, Jordana has represented clients ranging from Fortune top-ten companies to small businesses and individuals, in areas including complex contract issues, corporate governance, fiduciary matters, business torts, fraud, qui tam, and consumer protection.
In her decade of experience as a litigator at a large firm, Jordana counseled clients from the earliest stages of a dispute all the way through successful navigation of appeals at both the federal and state levels.
During some time away from practicing law, Jordana has led a high school debate program to multiple national championships. A former college debate competitor herself, Jordana has taught hundreds of students the analytical, strategic, and persuasive skills it takes to prevail in intensive academic research-based policy debate competitions all over the country. Jordana’s dual experience as a litigator and as a coach help her identify key arguments swiftly and address client needs efficiently and strategically.
Jordana earned her J.D. at the University of Texas at Austin, where she was a member of The Review of Litigation, a semifinalist in the Judge John R. Brown Moot Court competition, and a visiting student at the University College of London’s school of law. Jordana debated nationally for Wake Forest University as a Presidential Scholar and spent one semester as a student at Casa Artom, Wake Forest’s palazzo on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Jordana is originally from Lexington, Massachusetts, home of the Minutemen and the “shot heard ’round the world.”