Community Involvement

Our team at The Law Office of David E. Gordon loves supporting our community whenever we have the chance. As a Memphis law firm, we work every day towards helping our neighbors with their legal needs, but we don’t stop there. Check out the information below to see how we have been doing our part and giving back to the wonderful community that supports our firm.

Community Tutor Nomination

In a time when traditional schooling has become increasingly challenging for both students and teachers, many tutors are doing their best to help pick up the slack. Some children benefit immensely from one-on-one attention, and tutors are able to provide that while helping students stay on top of their education. To show our support, our firm started the Community Tutor Nomination. To nominate a deserving tutor in your community, visit our nomination page.

2020 The Nuclear Family Scholarship

If you’re a current or upcoming college student that has had your life shaped significantly by an immediate family member, then we want YOU to apply for The Nuclear Family Scholarship. As a firm that aims to treat each of our clients as if they’re family, we wanted to offer a scholarship that dives deep into the impact one’s family can have on an individual. That’s why we created this scholarship to help students reflect on how their families have made them who they are today. To learn more about this scholarship, please visit our scholarship page.

Motorcycle Giveaway

Are you a current or aspiring motorcyclist looking for a new ride? The National Academy of Motorcycle Injury Lawyers is holding a motorcycle giveaway, and you could be the winner! The Grand Prize Winner will receive a 2020 FXDR 114 Harley Davidson motorcycle or the motorcycle of their choice valued up to $20,000. To enter this contest, visit the giveaway page and register for your chance to win.


Attorney David Gordon takes great pride in helping to educate both clients and children in many different subjects. One way David gives back and helps others to learn is by volunteering his time with ARISE2Read, an organization dedicated to tutoring young children by utilizing a sight word approach. This past school year, David had the pleasure of tutoring second-graders in reading at Hickory Hill Elementary. David always enjoys his time reading with the students, and looks forward to working with ARISE2Read in the future.