Jordan Roy Esq.
Personal Injury Lawyer
I studied Criminology and Sociology at Brooklyn College where I graduated with a B.A. in 2009. After graduation, I entered the workforce doing pretty much every job you can think of, from busboy to construction worker and everything in between. Becoming a lawyer appealed to me because I felt it would provide a tool for me to use my real-life experiences to affect positive change in people’s lives. I went on to study law at the University of Montana School of Law where I obtained a Juris Doctor in 2014. During my law school career, I served as president of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund. After graduation, I spent some time working in the Environmental Crimes Unit of the Department of Justice, focusing on corporate pollution and animal trafficking cases.
- Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY, BA in Criminology and Sociology
- University of Montana School of Law, Missoula, MT, JD
I enjoy learning about new things, moving around and interacting with all types of people, helping them to solve problems. I became a lawyer so that I could have more skills that could be useful to not only my community but also the world at large.
I performed IP review, script assessment, and music licensing for multiple TV shows, and drafted agreements for artists and production companies.
I like utilizing the tools I’ve amassed as a lawyer to give back to my community. I’ve handled no-fault cases throughout the city, making court appearances in all five boroughs. I’ve also done extensive pro-bono legal work for non-profit organizations including Prisoners’ Legal Services of New York and The Legal Aid Project.