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BIOGRAPHY

Jordan Broyles Hallenbeck is an associate in the firm’s Medical Malpractice Practice Group. Originally from Fayetteville, Arkansas, she joined the firm in 2015 upon graduation from the University of Arkansas School of Law. Jordan was awarded the Medico-Legal Prize, awarded by the law school for outstanding work in medical-legal studies. Her practice includes medical malpractice defense and medical device litigation. 

She is a member of the Arkansas Association of Defense Counsel and Arkansas Bar Association and was recently elected as a new member of its House of Delegates.

Jordan was selected by her attorney peers as a "Rising Star" in Mid-South Super Lawyers and as "One to Watch" in The Best Lawyers in America.

Education

  • University of Arkansas School of Law, J.D., 2015, Cum Laude
    • Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Food Law & Policy, 2014-2015
    • Finalist in the William H. Sutton Barristers’ Union Trial Competition, 2014
  • University of Missouri, B.A., Summa Cum Laude

Noteworthy

  • Graduate of the Non Profit Board Institute, Junior League of Little Rock, 2021
  • Named "One to Watch" as Best Lawyers in America, Medical Malpractice Defense, 2021 & 2022
  • Non-Profit Board Institute, Junior League of Little Rock, graduate, 2021
  • Publication: The Raw Milk Prohibition: An Interstate Ban vs. the Intrastate Opportunities, 9 Appalachian Nat. Resources L.J. 71, 2014-2015
  • Selected to the Mid-South Super Lawyers Rising Stars list, since 2018
  • Winner of the Medico-Legal Prize awarded for outstanding work in medical-legal studies, May 2015

Associations and Memberships

  • Arkansas Association of Defense Counsel
  • Arkansas Bar Association, House of Delegates since 2017
  • Children's Advocacy Centers of Arkansas, Woman of Inspiration committee member
  • Chi Omega  
  • DRI, Member
  • Junior League of Little Rock, Member
  • The Little Rock Club, Board Member
  • Pulaski County Bar Association
  • Public Service Academy (ajoint effort between the Arkansas Bar Association and the Clinton School of Public Service), member 2021

Admissions

  • Arkansas
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