Jordan Parker

Jordan received her Juris Doctor at the University of Houston Law Center in 2023. Jordan worked at Ware Jackson as a summer associate in 2022 and continued as a law clerk during her third year of law school before joining the firm as an associate.

While attending law school, Jordan interned for the Hon. David Hittner where she assisted in preparing opinions and orders. Jordan also was an Articles Editor for the Houston Law Review where she published her Note “New Kids on the Blockchain: How NFTs Might Bring About a Digital First Sale Doctrine” which won the award for Best Paper in Intellectual Property Law. Additionally, Jordan participated in the University of Houston Law Center’s Civil Practice Clinic where she drafted estate planning documents and worked as an Ad Litem for custody cases.

Prior to law school, Jordan received a Bachelor of Arts in both Political Science and in Sociology at Texas Tech University in 2020, as well as a minor in Philosophy. During her time at TTU, she presented a study titled “The Lack of Women in High Paying Positions” at the 11th annual TTU Undergraduate Research Conference in April 2019.

Jordan enjoys reading any book she can get her hands on, trying out all the fusion restaurants in the city, and urban mushing with her German Shepard, Mango.

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J.D., University of Houston, 2023 B.A., Texas Tech University, 2020

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Commercial Civil Litigation