Gordon provides representation in criminal, civil, and administrative trials, and has advised thousands of individuals on the law. He frequently speaks at seminars on laws relating to firearms and general self-defense. Being a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gives him the ability to teach the law of self-defense while armed or unarmed. The author of many different newsletters, booklets, and blogs, he is above all else a proud gun owner and tireless supporter of our constitutional right to bear arms and the human right to self-defense.
Gordon Cooper has always had a strong desire to help others, and has wasted no time in acquiring the skills to do it. He started college at 13 years old, and graduated at 18 as the youngest on record with a B.S. in Psychology. While attending law school, he worked full-time as a negotiator. He graduated from the University of Houston Law Center in 2012, and has focused solely on defense.