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Jordan T. Stevens

Location

Education

  • Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D., summa cum laude, 2017)
  • Texas Tech University (B.A. in Psychology , magna cum laude, 2014) Minor in History

Areas of Practice:

Admitted to Practice:

  • Texas

Jordan T. Stevens

Associate

(713) 333-5107

[email protected]

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Summary

Jordan is an Associate in the Firm’s Houston office and focuses his practice on a broad spectrum of energy and complex commercial litigation matters. His experience includes representing members of the energy industry in a wide variety of sophisticated, high-stakes cases ranging from royalty litigation to breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets claims.

Jordan graduated from Texas Tech University School of Law, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and served as Editor in Chief of the Texas Tech Law Review. He then spent a year clerking for the Honorable Justice Phil Johnson of the Texas Supreme Court.

Awards / Honors

Texas Tech University School of Law:

  • Texas Tech School of Law Top Grade Awards in Evidence; Consumer Law; National Security Law; Negotiations Workshop; and Civil Trial: Practice & Litigation Materials
  • Texas Tech School of Law Distinction Awards for Superior Academic Achievement in Energy Law; Federal Income Taxation; Property Law; and Texas Pretrial Procedure
  • ALI CLE Scholarship and Leadership Award
  • Outstanding Student Comment: Texas Tech Law Review Volume 49, Book 2
  • Beckmann Dunlap Woody Award: Texas Tech Law Review Volume 49

Publications

  • “Withholding Royalty Payments After ConocoPhillips Co. v. Koopmann,” Oil & Gas Disputes Course ch. 11 (State Bar of Texas 2019), Authors Katy Pier Moore and Jordan Stevens
  • “The Merchant Cash Advance Industry May Have a Few Bad Apples, but that Does Not Mean It Is Time to Empty the Barrel,” 49 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 501 (2017)
  • “Arbitration in Texas and New Mexico,” Tex. Ass’n. Def. Couns., Summer 2016, Authors Bruce A. Koehler, Monica Perez and Jordan Stevens

Professional Activities

Texas Tech University School of Law:

  • Board of Barristers, Member
  • Texas Tech School of Law Dean Search Committee 2017, Student Member
  • Texas Tech School of Law Ad Hoc Faculty Committee on Student Journals

 

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