Professor Kimberly P. Jordan is the Director of the Justice for Children Project and Clinical Professor of Law. She teaches in the Justice for Children Clinic representing juveniles in delinquency, child welfare, and immigration matters. She also supervises the Greif Fellowship in Juvenile Human Trafficking. Professor Jordan is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Ohio Juvenile Justice Coalition, a board member of the Central Ohio Association of Juvenile Lawyers, and a certified trainer for the National Juvenile Defender Center Project “Juvenile Training Immersion Program.” She has recently been named to the Ohio Supreme Court Workgroup “Courts’ Response to Trafficking of Children.”
Prior to joining Moritz, Professor Jordan was a Senior Attorney at the Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, LLC, where she specialized in family law and the representation of children. Early in her career, she served in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and was a licensed substance abuse counselor. Professor Jordan is a graduate of the Loyola University Chicago of Law, where she was a ChildLaw Fellow, and Xavier University.