Jordan Galvin is the Innovation Counsel for LegalRnD – The Center for Legal Services Innovation at Michigan State University College of Law for 2017-18. Jordan leads several LegalRnD projects and initiatives, applying process improvement, project management, metrics, data analytics, and technology to improve legal service delivery. Currently, she is leading a project with Professor Linna and a team of students to help implement and assess an Eviction Diversion pilot program in the 54A District Court in Lansing, where she is working closely with Chief Judge Alderson and her team. Jordan also manages a team of student innovation assistants and liaisons and coordinates the development and production of co-curricular legal innovation and technology events. Previously, Jordan was a chemical researcher and a Patent Examiner Extern at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, where her passion for innovative thinking flourished. She is licensed to practice law in Michigan and is also a registered patent agent. After completing her LegalRnD fellowship, Jordan looks forward to applying her process improvement, project management, data, and technology skills to improve the delivery of legal services in a legal department or law firm.