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Jordon Roberts, Esq.
Jordon grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada living in different parts of the Las Vegas Valley with his siblings and parents. He attended college at Weber State in Utah graduating with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 2014. 

Shortly after college, Jordon moved to San Francisco, CA to attend law school at Golden Gate University.  While in law school, Jordon participated on the school's Mock Trial team. He also volunteered with the San Francisco Public Defender's Office where he worked on criminal cases and even conducted arraignments as a certified law clerk. Jordon graduated with his Juris Doctor in May 2017 from Golden Gate University.

After graduating from law school, Jordon returned to Las Vegas where he worked as a Legal Researcher with the Attorney General's Office. At the A.G.'s office, Jordon primarily worked on inmate litigation. His job duties included researching and drafting legal memoranda for the Bureau of Litigation on pertinent areas such as the application of prison Administrative Regulations to Nevada Statutes and inmates, the impact of Marsy’s Law as it applies to inmates, and the interplay between Habeas Corpus and Section 1983 actions.  

In February 2019, Jordon took a position as a law clerk with the Honorable Jerry Tao on the Nevada Court of Appeals. When his clerkship ended, Jordon joined Rosenblum Law Offices where he assists in all aspects of the firm's practice including criminal law, dependency, family law, traffic tickets and civil litigation. 

In his free time, Jordon enjoys going to the gym, running, and playing video games. He also an avid writer and even one day might write a romance novel. 

Some Interesting Facts About Jordon

What's the best way to start the day?

Coffee.

What game or movie universe would you most like to live in and why?

Jurassic Park for sure. There is nothing more fantastic than imagining a world where creatures bigger and stranger than you could possibly imagine, come to life. To live in such a place, see and touch an actual dinosaur would be the stuff of dreams. 

What incredibly strong opinion or belief do you have that is completely unimportant in the grand scheme of things?

I have two actually. First, all bottled water tastes the same. Second, there is no correct way for toilet paper to be facing.

What do you wish you could tell yourself 10 years ago? What do you think you’ll want to tell your current self 10 years from now?

If I could tell myself 10 years ago anything, I would tell myself to listen to your gut more often. Looking back your gut has been right ninety percent of the time. 10 years from now I’d probably tell myself today that everything will be okay. Things have a way of working themselves out one way or another. 

If you could play one instrument you aren’t able to now, what would it be and why?

Piano. The music that can be played on a piano is just so calming and elegant. I would be ecstatic to play it at my leisure.  

What are your biggest long-term goals?

 My biggest goal is to be in public office. I want to help people and make changes, and being in office in the future is the best way to achieve those goals.

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

I have a few things on my bucket list that I need to travel for. I think one of the craziest places I would want to go would be Australia. Why go there you ask? Well clearly not to see 23 of the world’s 26 deadliest snake species. Nope. I want to go scuba diving in a ghost tank with great white sharks. Obviously, the safer option. 

What book has influenced you most? 

When I was really young, maybe eight or nine, I “borrowed” my mom’s copy of the complete works of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Author Conan Doyle and read it in secret. I remember being completely enamored by the deductive skills that Mr. Holmes displayed in each work. I think that is one of the primary reasons I got into debate at a young age, and settled on a career in the law.