University of Northern Iowa, B.A., 1983; College for Financial Planning, Certified Financial Planner - CFP, 1990
John Marshall Law School, J.D., 1993; Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M., Securities Regulations, 1994
1993, Illinois; 1995, Iowa; Southern District of Iowa; Central District of Illinois
Grant G. Gordon is a practicing attorney with the firm of Cervantes & Gordon P.L.C. located in Davenport, Iowa and has been with the firm as a partner since 2000. Prior to that time, he was a practicing attorney in a sole proprietorship since 1995.
- State Law Licenses: Iowa and Illinois.
- Federal Licenses: Southern District of Iowa, Central District of Illinois
- Bar Association Membership: Scott County Bar Association, Iowa Bar Association, Illinois Bar Association
- Professional membership: Iowa Association for Justice
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