Rebecca L. Jordan


Rebecca L. Jordan


Rebecca (Becca) Jordan represents clients involved in complex litigation matters, including commercial, oil and gas, employment, and insurance litigation. Additionally, she has represented clients in matters before state government. As part of her commercial litigation practice, Becca is involved in motion practice, written discovery, depositions, hearings, settlement negotiations, and trial preparations.

Prior to joining Foley, Becca served as a legal intern for Judge Marcia Crone, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, where she assisted in drafting case briefs and orders. Becca also served as a legal intern for the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, where she gleaned unique insight into the criminal justice system. This experience proved useful, as Becca has since defended clients against subpoenas in criminal court.


Awards and Recognition

  • Championship Winner, Hippard Mock Trial Competition (2019)
  • Houston Bar Association Best UHLC 1L Brief (2019)
  • Dean’s List (2021)


  • Member of the Houston Bar Association
    • Young Lawyers Association
    • Project TRAIN
    • Special Olympics Committee

Community Involvement

  • Mentor, UHLC Pipeline Program
  • Mentor, UHLC Professional Mentoring
  • Member, Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation Young Professionals

Presentations and Publications

  • Author, “Force Majeure and the Great Supply Chain Disruption” in IEL’s The Energy Dispatch (April 2022).
26 May 2023 Article

Texas Legislature Passes Bill Creating Specialized Business Trial Courts: 12 Things You Need To Know Now

On May 25, 2023, the Texas Legislature passed HB 19, legislation that creates specialized business courts. The bill now will make its way to the Governor’s desk for consideration.
29 March 2023 Renewable Energy Outlook

Favorable Conditions for Onshoring in 2023

As the pandemic highlighted issues in the global supply chain and as the United States intensifies its investment in clean energy, more renewable energy manufacturers than ever are considering onshoring (or nearshoring) manufacturing facilities in the United States.
19 September 2022 Blogs

DOJ’s New Corporate Enforcement Policies Target Individuals and Incentivize Self-Disclosure

On September 15, 2022, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco announced significant changes to the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) approach to corporate criminal enforcement, including revised policies and an accompanying memorandum with directives to DOJ components.
15 August 2022 Blogs

Greenwashing Lawsuits Against Major Oil and Gas Companies Are Getting the Green Light to Move Forward in Litigation

In the oil and gas industry, allegations of greenwashing typically arise when a company known for its production of fossil fuels makes claims that it is working to reduce its carbon footprint.
02 March 2022 Blogs

Foley Sponsors IEL’s 73rd Annual Energy Law Conference

On February 17 and 18, 2022, energy attorneys, in house counsel, consultants, scholars, advocates, and legal publishers nationwide gathered together in Houston, Texas for IEL’s 73rd Annual Energy Law Conference, sponsored by Foley.