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- B.A., Pomona College, 2015
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- Linguistics & Cognitive Science Honors, Pomona College
Jordan Greene is a Senior Case Manager at Kaplan Hecker & Fink. Before joining the firm, she spent eighteen months on the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton, working in three battleground states and ultimately managing her own team of organizers to turn out the vote in Pittsburgh, PA. At Hillary for America, she organized across both rural and urban neighborhoods from the early stages of the primaries through Election Day, always focusing on leaving communities and their grassroots democratic infrastructures stronger than when she found them. Jordan also spent several months working as a Case Assistant at the New York office of Paul Hastings, LLP.
“In this country, there are only a few things that can peacefully bring swift, systemic change: elections are one, and the courts are another. Here at Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP, we are leveraging the passion, intellect, and ferocity of our lawyers to make meaningful changes for our clients, and for causes that matter to us.”
Jordan graduated from Pomona College in 2015, where she majored in Linguistics & Cognitive Science and minored in music. At Pomona, Jordan earned honors for her experimental thesis “Dirty Minds,” which she designed to test the way humans process taboo words. While studying at Pomona, Jordan focused on the ways that ways unsavory stimuli affect human cognition; she also designed and implemented experiments testing how multilinguals process taboo words and how alcohol affects different memory mechanisms.
Originally interested in a career in organizational behavior, Jordan changed her plans after watching Wendy Davis’ 2013 filibuster of an anti-choice bill in the Texas state legislature. Her shift in priorities lead her to Hillary for America, and now Kaplan Hecker & Fink. She plans to attend law school and pursue a legal career where she can litigate cases that make women’s lives fairer and freer.