Kylee J. Jordan
Kylee J. Jordan is an Associate in our Workers’ Compensation Department. Kylee earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in History at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, IA. While there, she studied abroad in London, England and completed an internship at Islington Law Centre where she worked a variety of immigration issues, including human trafficking. She graduated in 2007 with honors from St. Ambrose University.
Kylee attended law school at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. While enrolled there she volunteered at the Veterans’ Legal Assistance Program which provides pro bono legal services to veterans in Southern Illinois. Kylee also participated in Appellate Advocacy Division of the Moot Court Board where she competed nationally in moot court competitions. Following her first year of law school, Kylee was a law clerk for the Honorable Judges of the First Judicial Circuit Court in Jackson County, IL. She clerked there throughout the remainder of her law school career working on various legal issues in family, civil, criminal and traffic law. Kylee graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Law with her Juris Doctorate in 2010. Kylee was admitted to practice law in Illinois in November of 2010.
Prior to joining Rusin & Maciorowski, Kylee worked for the Illinois Attorney General’s Office as an Assistant Attorney General in the Workers’ Compensation Bureau from 2011 – 2017. While there she gained extensive experience working on all aspects of workers’ compensation cases. In January 2017, Kylee entered private practice and began working for a plaintiffs firm.
In her free time, Kylee enjoys music, traveling, and cooking with her husband Chris.
- J.D., Southern Illinois University School of Law, 2010
- B.A., St. Ambrose University, 2007, cum laude
- Illinois, 2010
- Illinois Bar Association
- American Inns of Court
- James O’Hara v. Tamms Correctional Center, 15 I.W.C.C. 0101
- Randall Clover v. Chester Mental Health Center, 17 I.W.C.C. 0082
- Michael English v. Choate Mental Health Center, 17 I.W.C.C. 0490
- Crystal Rose Cascio v. Chester Mental Health Center, 17 I.W.C.C. 0223