A graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, Jordan Rolfe studied Journalism, Business and Spanish. Jordan worked for a summer at Good Morning America in New York and completed a stint as a speechwriter for a past Mayor of the City of Dallas. Intrigued by the justice system and how it affects the community, Jordan decided to pursue law school.
Jordan received her law degree from The University of Houston Law Center and joined the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office as a prosecutor shortly thereafter. While serving in the District Attorney’s Office, Jordan had the privilege to prosecute in both Felony and Misdemeanor courts. While working in Dallas, Jordan was named Prosecutor of the Year. Jordan now works in the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office where she prosecutes felony offenses. Working as a prosecutor in two of the largest counties in the United States, Jordan has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in trial advocacy. Representing the State of Texas in trials and hearings has helped her better understand the intricacies of litigation and trial strategy. Jordan often speaks in communities educating citizens on the dangers of criminal activity and how to protect themselves.
She is an active member in the Texas District and County Attorney’s Association, the Tarrant County Bar Association and the Dallas Bar Association. In addition to Jordan’s professional organizations, she is also heavily involved in her community as a member of the Junior League of Dallas and she serves on the Board of Directors for various organizations.
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