Jordan Willette joined Schneider & Onofry after completing a litigation-focused academic career at the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law at Arizona State University. While in law school, Jordan was a member of Jurimetrics, The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology; Director of Professional Development with the Women Law Students’ Association; a member of the Arizona Women Lawyers Association; and a member of the ASU Moot Court Board.
During her final semester, she received her limited student practice certificate from the Arizona Supreme Court and prosecuted criminal misdemeanor trials in Scottsdale City Court for the Scottsdale Prosecutor’s Office. Upon graduation from law school, this and other trial advocacy distinctions earned Jordan the Highest Pro Bono Distinction and the title of ASU Law Trial Advocacy Fellow.
Outside the practice of law, Jordan is an avid equestrian, having competed in the sport of reining on a national and international level. Jordan also enjoys an active lifestyle that includes yoga, spin classes, and hiking.