Jordan A. Jefferson

Coordinating Librarian for Research Services and Lecturer in Legal Research


Jordan Jefferson is the Coordinating Librarian for Research Services and a Lecturer in Legal Research at the Yale Law School. She teaches Advanced Legal Research and Research Methods in American Law. 

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Contact Information


  • Room L312
  • (203) 432-8542

Education & Curriculum Vitae


M.L.I.S., University of Washington, 2011
J.D., University of La Verne College of Law, 2010
B.S., University of Evansville, 2003

Courses Taught


  • Advanced Legal Research
  • Research Methods on American Law

Jordan Jefferson is the Coordinating Librarian for Research Services and a Lecturer in Legal Research at the Yale Law School. She teaches Advanced Legal Research and Research Methods in American Law. In addition to teaching, Jordan also provides research services to students, faculty, and members of the Yale community, manages the daily operation of the reference desk, and participates in design and creation of library outreach initiatives and exhibits.

Jordan’s professional interests include space and transportation law, user design and usability, intellectual freedom and access to information, diversity and inclusivity initiatives, and emerging technologies.