SWLAW Blog | Alumni
March 28, 2018
Jordan A. Thomas '95 is Thriving as a Lawyer for Whistle-Blowers
Jordan A. Thomas ’95 is the subject of an incredible New York Times profile which details his unique journey from studying dance at Bennington College in Vermont, to entering the United States Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps after law school, to his current calling: building a law practice that represents whistle-blowers seeking to expose corporate wrongdoing.
“[Jordan] has built one of the top legal practices in the country representing corporate whistle-blowers. And because of a program that Mr. Thomas helped create at the S.E.C., in which whistle-blowers can receive a cut of penalties the agency imposes as a result of information they provide, the money is starting to pour into Mr. Thomas’s firm.” - The New York Times
Read the full article here.