August 27, 2020

FormanWatkins Welcomes New Associates to New Orleans Office

Forman Watkins & Krutz LLP is excited to welcome Jordan Nixon and Taylor Delrie Waxley to our New Orleans office!

Jordan Nixon became a lawyer to solve problems. Following advice to always "Find the way around the hurdle," Jordan uses her problem-solving skills to always look for solutions in places that might not be obvious. Her ability to pull apart the pieces of a complicated issue and rearrange them to create innovative solutions for her clients is what makes her an invaluable attorney. Clients can expect a strong advocacy from Jordan, as she is inspired and energized by those working around her and works tirelessly with her colleagues and clients to collect and implement only the best ideas. With the energy of camaraderie and teamwork around her and the alluring power of complicated issues driving her, Jordan is a lawyer with whom no client can go wrong. Jordan graduated magna cum laude from Tulane University Law School, where she received the Order of the Coif, the Dean's Medal, the CALI Award (Obligations II), and a Civil Law Certificate.

When Taylor Waxley was a child doing her homework, her parents would always encourage her to use all methods of finding an answer before coming to them for help. This small push to exhaust all methods of finding a solution fueled Taylor’s work ethic through the rest of her education and various work experiences before law school. Now, as a compassionate, hard-working attorney, Taylor enjoys the ability to help others with issues that without diligent research and creative thinking would otherwise go unsolved. Clients can always expect Taylor to be straightforward and involve them heavily in the process because Taylor takes understanding client concerns, legal and otherwise, very seriously. Using her self-competitive, exhaustive work ethic, Taylor is a dedicated advocate who enjoys solving the most complicated legal puzzles in order to help her clients succeed. Taylor graduated magna cum laude from Tulane University Law School, where she was the Managing Editor of the Tulane Law Review, a Senior Fellow for International Legal Research & Writing, Vice President of the Tulane Civil Law Society, a tutor for the Academic Support Program, and a William B. Bloomfield Scholarship Recipient.