Jordyn fights for civil rights and social justice on behalf of people harmed by corporate misconduct, police brutality, and discriminatory systems.
Jordyn Parks represents individuals and classes who have suffered injury and injustice due to police misconduct, corporate malfeasance, discrimination, and other wrongdoing. With a focus on civil and human rights, labor and employment, and class action litigation, Jordyn works to rectify racial, gender, and economic disparities and promote systemic change to advance the cause of equality.
While attending Case Western Reserve University School of Law, she honed her litigation skills through the Kramer Law Clinic’s human trafficking and re-entry divisions, helping survivors of human trafficking seek justice against their abusers and assisting formerly incarcerated individuals with criminal record expungements. Also during law school, she was a member of the Black Law Student Association’s Executive Board, where she crafted demands toward faculty and staff and advocated for changes to improve the experience of students of color at the law school. Prior to joining DiCello Levitt, Jordyn interned with the Cleveland Municipal Court and the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court and served as an intern and a law clerk at several Cleveland-area law firms, including a civil rights and criminal defense firm, where she gained valuable experience in litigation involving wrongful imprisonment and other civil rights abuses.
In her capacity as an attorney and in her personal life, Jordyn strives to inspire and create a better world for future generations.