While in law school, Jordan was the research assistant for the Midwest Center for Energy Law and Policy. He worked directly for the Director of this Center and provided research support. His research concentrated on a variety of topics, including the environmental concerns associated with hydraulic fracturing technology and deep well injection as well as the regulatory responses and associated compliance issues stemming from induced seismic activity caused by deep well injection. Jordan also played a key role in researching, drafting, editing and publishing a comprehensive article on the Ohio Dormant Minerals Act. Since joining Hahn Loeser, Jordan’s experience includes assisting in the successful defense of a manufacturing facility from claims involving permit violations and excessive emissions. His work has touched on a wide array of environmental issues related to the Clean Air Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, National Ambient Air Quality Standards attainment and the New Source Review program.
At Hahn Loeser
Jordan D. Rauch is an associate in the Litigation Practice Area of the firm. He has experience drafting and revising various motions and appellate briefs, preparing letters, discovery responses, as well as public records requests. Jordan’s primary focus is on finding a solution to his clients’ problems in the most effective, efficient and economical way possible. Jordan is also a member of the firm’s Natural Resources and Emergency Services Team.
Capital University Law School J.D., summa cum laude, Valedictorian, Order of the Curia, Order of the Barristers 2015
The Ohio State University B.A., History 2010
State of Ohio