John T. Gordon


John’s work focuses on complex commercial litigation. His previous experience includes assisting Dinsmore attorneys with a six-week securities fraud trial in federal court as well as an extensive § 1983 pro bono action that led to a large settlement for the client.

During law school, John served as an intern in U.S. District Court and was awarded the Norman Lefstein Award of Excellence for providing 200+ pro bono hours to the legal community. His Indiana Law Review Student Note, Emerging Technologies and Lagging Laws: Article 12 and the UCC’s Attempt to Commercially Incorporate the Rapidly Changing World of Digital Assets, was published in Volume 56 No. 2 alongside distinguished authors such as Chief Judge Diane Sykes of the Seventh Circuit and former U.S. Senator and Indiana Governor Evan Bayh.


  • Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law  (J.D., cum laude, 2023)
    • Indiana Law Review, Executive Board
    • First Generation Law Society, Founding Board Member
    • CALI Award: Securities Regulation
  • Eastern Kentucky University  (B.S., magna cum laude, 2018)

Bar Admissions

  • Indiana
  • New Mexico