Gordon Goldsmith


Gordon Goldsmith received his undergraduate degree in Public Management from Indiana University in 2003 and his juris doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2007. Gordon was a Presidential Scholarship Award Recipient at Indiana University, and an active participant in several clubs and organizations during his time at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He has been licensed to practice law in Connecticut Superior Court since 2008.

A former trial attorney at two Fortune 500 companies with major personal property and casualty insurance lines, Gordon has significant experience handling all phases of litigation from case inception to resolution, including serving as lead counsel on over forty jury trials. Overseeing a variety of personal injury claims and lawsuits, Gordon has cross-examined dozens of medical experts, deposed hundreds of adverse parties, and participated in numerous arbitrations, mediations, and settlement conferences, ultimately leading to successful resolution of many complex cases.

Gordon's commitment to providing passionate, competent, and effective representation to all members of society is further reflected by his extensive and diverse history outside of the courtroom and classroom. After graduating from Indiana University, Gordon joined AmeriCorps, devoting one full year as volunteer supervisor for Indiana Legal Services, a non-profit law firm in Bloomington, IN dedicated to providing pro bono legal representation to financially vulnerable community members. During his time at Pitt Law, Gordon served as a student advocate, representing undergraduate students in front of campus judicial panels. Gordon also spent several years as an attorney representative on the State of Connecticut Judicial Grievance Panel for Fairfield County, a Judicially appointed position responsible for assisting the adjudication of grievance complaints filed against attorneys. Finally, Gordon served as a Community Member Representative on the Central High School (Bridgeport, CT) School Governance Council.

In his spare time, Gordon enjoys volunteering with Connecticut Food Bank and Habitat for Humanity, participating in a variety of athletic and outdoor activities, and spending time with family and friends.

  • University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • Juris Doctorate - 2007
    • Honors: Presidential Scholarship Award Recipient
  • Indiana University
    • 2003
    • Major: Public Management
Bar Admissions:
  • Connecticut, 2008