Jordan Brunson


Jordan Brunson is a student at the University Of Maryland Francis King Carey School Of Law. Prior to pursuing her law degree, she was employed as a psychiatric social worker on the University of Maryland Medical Center's inpatient psychiatry unit. There, Jordan collaborated with psychiatrists and other healthcare professionals to implement a variety of clinical services such as crisis intervention and mental health education. This experience allowed her to better understand the intricacies of compliance and regulation in the Healthcare setting and how it directly impacts patients and their experience. Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Jordan moved to Maryland to attend the University of Maryland, College Park. Jordan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice in 2016, and subsequently received a master's degree in Social Work from Morgan State University. Jordan became a licensed master social worker in the summer of 2018. 

During her 1L year, Jordan served as the 1L representative for UMD's Health Law Society. Jordan also serves as the Community Service Chair for UMD’s Black Law Student Association (BLSA) became a member of UMD's Alternative Dispute Resolution Team.