Loyola University Chicago

Center for the Human Rights of Children

Jordan Hall

Jordan is currently pursuing a Juris Doctorate and a MEd in Educational Policy simultaneously at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Before attending law school, Jordan worked at a residential facility for at-risk youth where he was on a team responsible for overseeing the drug-abuse treatment for young men ranging in age from 13-17 years old. Jordan recently completed a summer internship at the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights where he worked as a law clerk on issues regarding civil rights and education equity. In addition to working as a CHRC graduate scholar, Jordan is the President Loyola Law’s Student Bar Association, the law school’s student government association, where he has introduced initiatives to address issues of mental health and to celebrate Loyola Law’s diversity.