Jordan E. Broadbent
Jordan joined CCK as a summer associate during the summer of 2020 and returned in fall of 2021 as a Court Team Attorney. Her practice area focuses on representing disabled veterans before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. (CAVC)
Jordan earned her B.A in Political Science from the University of Rhode Island in 2018 magnum cum laude. She then earned her J.D from Syracuse College in 2021.
During law school, Jordan was the research assistant for the Wohl Veterans Legal Clinic, where she was also a student attorney for four semesters. She also served as vice president of the Veterans’ Issue and Support Initiative and Outreach Network and as head of the publishing committee for the National Security Student Association. While at Syracuse, Jordan received the 2021 CLEA Outstanding Student Award and the William G. Smith Scholarship to attend the NOVA Spring 2021 conference. She also spent a summer as an intern for the Northwestern District Attorney in Massachusetts as a part of the appellate unit. In her free time Jordan enjoys yoga, hiking, and traveling.
November 15, 2016
September 8, 2016
- CCK Uncovers Memo Used By VA To Wrongly Deny Claims Of Thailand Veterans
- CCK Appeals Decision That Denied Veteran Entitlement To Special Monthly Compensation
- CCK’s Zach Stolz And Dav Force Rollback Of Thailand Rule Change
- Court Finds Board Erred When It Favored Negative VA Exams Over Positive Private Exams
- The Board Erred In Finding 1983 Bva Decision Subsumed A 1953 Rating Decision