Jordan Quenneville is a litigator with wide-ranging experience in civil and criminal cases in federal and state courts. She is an active listener and effective communicator and knows how to efficiently and effectively identify, assess and meet her client’s needs.
Prior to joining Drummond Woodsum she was a litigator at a boutique litigation firm where she gained experience defending people accused of crimes in both State and Federal court, as well as working on civil rights cases and other civil litigation matters.
While at the University of Maine School of Law, Jordan was an active member of the community serving in leadership roles. As a law student, Jordan served as a teaching assistant for the Legal Research & Writing program as well as practiced as a student attorney with Kids Legal at Pine Tree Legal Associates, which provided her practical, hands-on experience advocating for clients while also strengthening her analytical and writing skills. As the Head Case Note & Comment Editor of the Maine Law Review, Jordan helped student writers produce focused legal research and commentary. She also competed as a part of the Maine Law Moot Court Team, from which her team won first place and was awarded the “Best Brief” at the prestigious Craven Moot Court Competition, held annually at the University of North Carolina. Outside of the law school, Jordan practiced as a student attorney for the Cumberland County District Attorney’s Office, where she drafted charging documents, negotiated plea dispositions, assisted prosecutors in preparing felony prosecutions, and argued an appellate case in front of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.
Prior to law school, Jordan worked in the field of education, where she was a teacher, advisor, and coach for students at the elementary and high school levels, both in public and private settings. This experience was transformative and inspired Jordan to pursue a career in law where she could use her voice and writing skills to advocate for others effectively.
Jordan was born in Anchorage, Alaska, but spent much of her childhood in Bethel, Maine. She is a tribal member of the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians and now resides in the Mid-coast area with her husband and two pups. She enjoys mountain biking, skiing, hiking, and spending time with her family and friends.
University of Maine School of Law, J.D.
University of Vermont, B.S.
Maine State Bar Association Women’s Law Section
Maine State Bar Association New Lawyers Section
Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers