James Jordan, Disability Rights Center of Kansas, Inc.
 
 
James Jordan graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in history from Kansas State University in 2006 and a law degree from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2009, and was granted admittance to the Kansas Bar in the summer of 2009. While at KU, he was involved in various public interest law activities. He worked in New Orleans at the Loyola Law School Katrina Clinic assisting hurricane survivors with related legal issues, helped indigent prisoners with constitutional claims at the Defender Project, and interned for nearly a year with Kansas Legal Services. Since joining the DRC, Mr. Jordan has focused on representing clients in Medicaid-related appeals and hearings. He also represents clients in a variety of disability rights issues, including fair housing. He lives in Lawrence with his wife and two children.