Jordan Andrews


Legal Intern



Jordan Andrews is a rising 2L at Yale Law School, serving as Vice President of the Black Law Students Association and a board member of Yale's Civil Rights Project. Recognized by the NAACP Legal Defense Fund as a Marshall Motley Scholar, she is committed to pursuing racial justice in the South.

Jordan graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where she led a student action network that successfully advocated for Philadelphia’s “Ban the Box” ordinance and the elimination of cash bail. Following graduation, she worked at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, assisting families in staying in their homes during the pandemic and enforcing federal financial laws against entities exploiting justice-involved consumers in the Deep South.

This summer, Jordan looks forward to learning about civil rights lawyering and preserving civil liberties from the esteemed staff at the ACLU of Louisiana.