Justin L. Gordon is a third-generation plaintiff's trial lawyer. He practices in the field of complex civil litigation, primarily in personal injury, discrimination, and civil rights actions.
Mr. Gordon obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Labor Studies and Public Policy from California State University, where he was an officer of the Labor Studies Students Association and was the Teacher's Assistant to the Dean of the Labor Studies department. He would participate in labor demonstrations and rallies, becoming very passionate about worker and consumer rights.
After that, Mr. Gordon earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of West Los Angeles, where he was awarded multiple Witkin Awards for Academic Excellence. He participated in an extensive directed study regarding the application of strict liability to residential pesticide use. Also during law school, Mr. Gordon volunteered at the legal self-help center in the Van Nuys courthouse.
Mr. Gordon decided to continue his legal education while in practice, completing a Master of Laws specialization degree in Civil Litigation Strategy and Management at Baylor Law School.
Mr. Gordon enjoys playing guitar, singing, watching baseball, and family time with his wife, son, and daughter. He is also a licensed Minister that is legally ordained to officiate marriage ceremonies in the State of California.
Mr. Gordon's favorite movies are Lawrence of Arabia, the Godfather (parts 1/2), Casablanca, and Hustle and Flow. His favorite TV shows are M*A*S*H, Surviving Escobar (Alias JJ), and LOST. Some of his favorite musicians are Henry Rollins, Bradley Nowell, Jerry Garcia, Isaac Brock, Miles Davis, Bill Monroe, and Gill Landry. His favorite author is Henry Thoreau. Mr. Gordon also enjoys the study and discussion of ancient Greek philosophy.
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