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Jordan Walker, J.D.

Legal Writer

Jordan Walker, J.D., Legal Writer

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Legal Writer, FindLaw Legal Forms & Services

Jordan Walker is a legal writer for FindLaw’s Legal Forms & Services who has written considerably about the inclusion of health care directives in estate planning. Jordan also explains legal concepts and procedures to consumers by writing about celebrity encounters with the law. Before joining FindLaw, Jordan worked with small law firms to establish their social marketing campaigns and to create their legal forms and templates. She particularly enjoys coming up with innovative techniques that help parents and children interact with the law and has teamed up with multiple high schools to educate teens about relevant legal issues in a way that catches their attention.

Jordan majored in journalism and graduated cum laude from West Virginia University. She received her J.D. from West Virginia University College of Law where she earned the CALI Excellence for Future Award in Intellectual Property and interned for the general counsel of a mid-size retail clothing corporation. On her days off from studying, Jordan coached local youth cheerleading.

Jordan’s favorite thing about joining FindLaw is working with people who share her passion for finding methods to make legal resources and information more accessible. She likes exploring different approaches to present the law in fun and creative ways. Jordan loves gardening and running in sunny Georgia where she spends her free time binge watching reality tv and begging her two sons to hang out with her.

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