Sofia Jordan is the Firm’s economist/project manager. In that role she tracks and analyzes new case investigations, and also liaises with experts on ongoing cases during discovery and trial. She brings a background in strategic thinking for litigation and the design of policy solutions, interpersonal and project management skills, and efficiency in collaborative settings and when thinking about new and creative ways to solve complex issues.
Sofia joined the Firm from her previous public consulting roles at two Oakland, California-based companies, where she authored “Expanding Access to Justice in California by Leveraging Technology: A Policy Analysis of the Viability of a Centralized, State-Wide Online System for Pro Bono Opportunities.”
Before moving to California from Chile, she worked as an economist and project manager for the National Antitrust Agency of Chile (the Fiscalía Nacional Económica), the national agency in charge of prosecuting cartels and violations of Chilean antitrust law. While there her recommended economic model helped secure a fine of US$20 million against a pharmaceutical drug procurement cartel. Before that, she was an analyst and project manager for the Universidad de Chile’s Center for Microdata, where she designed and implemented different program evaluations for labor programs run by the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Economic Development.
Sofia Jordan is the author of “Data Sharing in the Health Care Industry,” published in the Fall 2020 Berkeley Policy Journal. She is a member of Red ProCompetencia, a network of Latin American women in antitrust.