“By representing kids who have been victimized, we’re giving them a voice they haven’t had before,” Jordan said. “They know they have somebody on their side fighting for them and arguing for what they want to happen in their lives, to try to move forward into adulthood.”
After two years of tireless and dedicated work, the Justice for Children Clinic has learned that one of its clients was granted asylum—a remarkable triumph. The clinic’s efforts on the case were led by a team of students under the guidance of Professor Kimberly Jordan.
Professor Kimberly Jordan was recently asked to participate in an educational video on human trafficking in Ohio.
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is proud to introduce seven new faculty members starting in the 2011-12 school year. The new faculty members are: Steven M. Davidoff, Cinnamon Carlarne, Guy A. Rub, Kimberly Jordan, Katrina Lee, Anne […]