An associate in the firm’s Oklahoma City office, Jordan Sessler focuses his practice on commercial litigation, appellate advocacy and regulatory compliance. As a member of the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy, Administrative & Regulatory, Appellate, and Litigation & Trial Practice Groups, his work concentrates primarily on client advocacy with experience at the federal, state and administrative levels.
Informed by his advocacy, Jordan also advises clients on best practices for handling consumer data, developing data security plans, responding to potential data breaches, utilizing federal resources, and understanding data protection laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. In this role, he has helped a variety of businesses implement data policies and has assisted financial institutions, healthcare providers and public entities in managing and reporting data breaches. Jordan’s experiences, particularly on matters of critical infrastructure, have led him to be a leading thinker on issues of cybersecurity policy, with his ideas on regulatory shortcomings and potential improvements shared at industry-leading conferences and in the region’s largest newspapers, including the Dallas Morning News, Oklahoman, Tulsa World, and Journal Record. In the spring of 2021, his commentary on the regulatory and economic implications of cyberattacks helped drive national discourse and preceded a regulatory response from the Biden Administration.
Prior to joining Crowe & Dunlevy, Jordan served as a law clerk to the Honorable D.P. Marshall Jr. in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. Jordan received his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School in 2017 where he worked at the school’s Veterans Law and Disability Clinic. During law school, Jordan clerked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Mexico.
He completed his undergraduate studies at Harvard College in 2013 where he graduated magna cum laude and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. While there, Jordan served as co-chair of Eliot House, chaired the JFK Jr. Forum and managed a fast-food restaurant.