Jordan Phillips

Class of 2023

Jordan Phillips is a fellow with the Public Rights Project, an Oakland, California based organization that focuses on state and local law offices—including city attorneys, district attorneys, and attorneys general—as underutilized drivers of rights enforcement. As a fellow, Phillips works with state and government partners to identify and implement policies that protect reproductive rights. Her work is funded by a Texas Law-funded Justice Center Fellowship in Public Interest Law.

At Texas Law, Jordan was staff editor of the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights and treasurer of the Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. She participated in the Human Rights Clinic and spent a semester in practice interning with the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Housing and Civil Enforcement Section, in Washington, D.C. She spent her summers working with the Special Victim’s Unit of the Travis County District Attorney’s Office, with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office as a Fair and Just Prosecution Fellow, and with the Affordable Housing and Community Development Division of Coats Rose, P.C., in Austin.