Jordon Greenlee


Phone: 612.355.4100
Fax: 612.355.4101
Address: 888 Colwell Building
123 North Third Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401

Professional Experience

  • Jordon specializes in employment, business, and commercial law—in both litigation and transactional matters. She represents employers and employees in complex legal disputes arising from discrimination, wage and hour, whistleblower, reprisal, disability, and sexual harassment claims.
  • Jordon also advises a variety of employers, from nationwide companies to local businesses and non-profits. She works with employers to develop risk management strategies and provide innovative solutions; interpret federal and state employment laws, regulatory compliance, and legislative developments; negotiate employment and separation agreements; develop employment policies and handbooks; and conduct internal workplace investigations. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jordon has worked closely with employers to develop workplace safety protocols and navigate recent state and federal legislation impacting medical and sick leave, unemployment benefits, and workplace accommodations.
  • While in law school, Jordon worked as a Director and Student Attorney in the University of Minnesota Child Advocacy Clinic, representing clients in juvenile delinquency and child welfare matters. She also represented inmates serving mandatory life without parole sentences for offenses committed as juveniles, a sentence found unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court. She authored habeas corpus petitions to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota seeking sentencing relief.

Areas of Practice

  • Labor and Employment Litigation
  • Civil Rights Litigation
  • Retaliation and Whistleblower Litigation
  • FLSA/Wage & Hour Litigation
  • Business and Commercial Litigation
  • Preventative Employment and Human Resource Counseling
  • Workplace Investigations
  • Executive, Severance, and Non-Compete Agreements
  • Labor Management Relations
  • COVID-19 Related Employment Expertise
    • FFRCA Compliance
    • Federal and State Sick Leave/FMLA
    • Workplace Safety/OSHA
    • CARES Act
    • Unemployment

Courts Admitted

  • Minnesota
  • United States District Court for the District of Minnesota


  • Florida State University: Bachelor of Science in Political Science and English Literature, magna cum laude, 2011
  • University of Minnesota Law School: Juris Doctor, 2015

Recognition & Honors

  • Student Attorney and Director, University of Minnesota’s Child Advocacy & Juvenile Justice Law Clinic
  • Lead Student Articles Editor and Writer, University of Minnesota Journal of Law & Inequality
  • Dean’s Distinguished Award
  • College of Arts & Sciences Award
  • Bright Futures Full Tuition Scholarship


  • Implications of Perez v. Air & Liquid Systems for Post-Daimler Personal Jurisdiction (American Bar Association, Mass Torts Litigation)
  • Victims of Youth: Equitable Sentencing Reform for Juvenile Offenders in the Wake of Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs (Journal of Law & Inequality)
  • Following SCOTUS Ruling, Child Advocacy Clinic Addresses Life-Without-Parole Sentences for Juveniles (University of Minnesota Law School)
  • A Gut Check, Please, on the Safe and Supportive Schools Act (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
  • Shock to the Conscious: Rebuilding Juvenile Justice After Meridian, Mississippi and Shelby Tennessee (University of Minnesota Law School)

Community Involvement

  • Volunteer Attorney, Minnesota Children’s Law Center
  • Community Action & Advocacy Committee and Member, Minnesota Women Lawyers
  • Volunteer, Women Winning
  • Volunteer, Planned Parenthood Action Fund