Hilda M. Jordan is an office manager and legal assistant with the firm. She graduated cum laude from Harvard in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and African American Studies. She previously served as a research intern for the Harvard Law Review and worked as a research partner to Professor Martha Minow, where she researched the role of forgiveness in the justice system for Professor Minow’s book When Should the Law Forgive? (2019). After graduating, Hilda was awarded the Michael C. Rockefeller fellowship to study how the symbolic folkloric dances contribute to a pluralistic multi-ethnic national identity in Panama.