Jordana S. Loughran

Of Counsel

Jordana Loughran is an experienced real estate and business attorney who provides a solution-oriented approach while delivering legal counsel to a dynamic range of clients. Jordana understands that every case is different, and strives to provide individualized service to her clients.

Her practice includes a wide variety of real estate transactional matters and advice work including acquisition, financing, and disposition, as well as planned communities and condominiums. She is also experienced and active in the real estate and business communities, presenting classes to licensed real estate brokers for continuing education credit and consulting on development projects.

Jordana also has experience working with in-house counsel for global communications technology company, and serving as a branding consultant for growing companies.

In her free time, she likes to snowboard, and spend time with her family and rescue dog.


Oregon State Bar

US District Court, District of Oregon


Portland State University, Bachelor of Arts: Biology & English, Sigma Tau Delta International English, Honor Society Member

Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D.; Lewis and Clark Law Review; Intellectual Property Certificate


Professional Affiliations

Oregon State Bar, Real Estate and Land Use Section

US District Court, District of Oregon


Tarnishment’s Goody-Two-Shoes Shouldn’t Get All the Protection: Balancing Trademark Dilution Through Burnishment, Lewis & Clark Law Review, Vol. 21 Number 2 2017

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