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DLR: Where Are They Now? -  Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. 

February 7, 2020

By Christopher Mullen

Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. graduated from the then-Earle Mack School of Law in 2013 summa cum laude and completed a prestigious clerkship with the European Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg before entering the private practice of law in Philadelphia. During her time at the Earle Mack School, Jordan served as Executive Editor of Drexel Law Review and founded the symposium program as the first Symposium Editor. Her note, “The United States and the Material-Support Bar for Refugees: A Tenuous Balance Between National Security and Basic Human Rights,” was published in Volume Five, Number One – Fall 2012 of Drexel Law Review. In reflecting upon her time at Drexel Law, Jordan modestly mentioned one of her contributions to the school’s Law Review was growing the symposium program, while at the same time, working on her co-op in Geneva, Switzerland in 2012. A major contribution such as this was a huge step in legitimizing Drexel Law Review. When asked about what classes Jordan most enjoyed, and what class every Kline student should take, Jordan replied with European Union Law, as it is critical for law students to always maintain a global perspective on the understanding of law.

Currently, Jordan is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of XPAN Law Group, LLC, a boutique international law firm which focuses on cybersecurity and international data privacy. XPAN Law Group, LLC is a Certified Women-Owned Business and Jordan takes pride in her success breaking into both the technology and legal industries. In her little free time, Jordan also currently serves as a Teaching Professor at the Kline School of Law, focusing her research on International Law, European Data Protection, and cross-border data management.

In closing, when Jordan was asked where she sees herself personally in her career, she replied, “Being a kick-ass boss lady.” After speaking with Jordan and discussing her prior and current contributions to Kline Law, her professional experiences, and her newly founded and growing firm, Jordan is undoubtedly doing just that—being a kick-ass boss lady.