Jordan Oslin is an associate at The Bloom Firm. He completed his undergraduate degree in English Literature at Loyola Marymount University, and minored in Classics and Archaeology. While in college, Jordan studied abroad throughout Italy in the cities of Rome, Ostia, Naples, Pompeii and Paestum and also participated on a dig in Megiddo, Israel. Today, Jordan continues his study of Classics and Archaeology with an emphasis on preservation of antiquities.
Jordan earned his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, CA. The recipient of many scholarships, Jordan specialized in Labor and Employment law and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) at Southwestern. He participated in Southwestern Law School’s Negotiation Honors Program, winning Southwestern Law School’s Annual Entertainment Negotiation Competition. The Negotiation Honors Program allowed Jordan the opportunity to forge his ADR skills through national negotiation competitions.
His wide range of passions includes post-modern literature, historical preservation of Art Deco architecture, classic film and physical fitness. In law, Jordan is dedicated to criminal legislative reform, equal protection for sexual orientation, and the fight against domestic violence.
Jordan recognizes the challenges for clients in today’s legal market, and immediately seized the opportunity to work for The Bloom Firm, a firm of exceptional attorneys that strives to guide clients through their cases, minimizing the confusion of a complicated legal world.