Jordan Stevens joined the firm after spending a year as a law clerk to the Honorable Justice Phil Johnson of the Supreme Court of Texas. Jordan represents clients in energy, real property, and commercial litigation matters throughout Texas. He attended law school at Texas Tech University School of Law, where he served as Editor in Chief of the Texas Tech Law Review and graduated in the top 4% of his class.
Professional and Community Activities
- Texas Tech Law Review, Editor in Chief, 2016–2017
- Texas Tech University School of Law Board of Barristers, Member, 2016–2017
- Texas Tech School of Law Dean Search Committee 2017: Student Member
- Order of the Coif
- ALI CLE Scholarship and Leadership Award
- Beckman Dunlap Woody Award: Texas Tech Law Review, Volume 49
- Outstanding Student Comment: Texas Tech Law Review, Volume 49, Book 2
01.10.19: Texas Natural Resources Code Section 91.402 After Koopmann, State Bar of Texas, Oil and Gas Disputes Course, Katy Pier Moore, co-author.
Jordan Stevens, The Merchant Cash Advance Industry May Have a Few Bad Apples, but that Does Not Mean It Is Time to Empty the Barrel, 49 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 501 (2017).
Bruce A. Koehler, Monica Perez & Jordan Stevens, Arbitration in Texas and New Mexico, Tex. Ass’n Def. Couns., Summer 2016.