Winthrop Jordan is an associate in Hughes Hubbard’s Washington, D.C. office. He is a member of the firm’s Litigation Department. He is currently assisting on a broad range of matters, including within the Arbitration and Securities Enforcement practice groups.
He also is actively involved in the firm’s pro bono practice, assisting in the representation of indigent individuals in various criminal and habeas corpus proceedings.
Prior to joining the firm, Winthrop was an Intern in the Opinions Section in the Office of the Virginia Attorney General. While in this position, he researched and helped draft official opinions of the Attorney General concerning a wide range of matters, including constitutional law, regulatory law, wills and trusts, taxation, and conflicts of interest. He also served as a Legal Fellow with the Richmond Public Defender, where he gained valuable experience in the courtroom. Additionally, while in law school, he worked as a research assistant for Professor Corinna Lain, assisting in her scholarship on capital punishment and constitutional law.