All About Chris
Chris Gordon has served as both a reporter and anchor during his experience working in the media. He is also a lawyer and founder of LawScope.com.
He won awards for “Hard News” in the coverage of the fatal shootings of two officers at the U.S. Capitol, and the riots that broke out in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood of Washington, D.C., after the police beating of a civilian. Chris was awarded Emmys in the category of “Outstanding Program” for his coverage of the dedication of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, and “Best Feature” for a report on a quadriplegic skydiver.
He was an anchor at Court TV in New York from 1995 until 1997, covering trials and providing legal analysis of cases including the O.J. Simpson civil trial, Dr. Jack Kevorkian assisted suicide trials, and the Marv Albert assault trial.
Chris has not only interviewed major news makers, but has been interviewed for articles in the Washington Post, Regardie’s Power Magazine, and Washingtonian. He is also heard as a legal analyst on WMAL, ABC Radio in Washington, D.C., and WBAL, ABC Radio in Baltimore. His legal awards include the American Bar Association’s Certificate of Merit received twice for his TV series “How To Sue In Small Claims Court.”
Chris on-scene for Washington-Buffalo in Super Bowl XXVI.
Skilled In Multiple Areas
Chris served as a news anchor and reporter at NBC4 in Washington D.C. for more than 20 years. Before that he anchored and reported news at WUSA-TV9 CBS in Washington, D.C. and WJLA-TV7 in Washington , DC. He also anchored live trial coverage for CourtTV.
Chris is a practicing Lawyer specializing in personal injury cases and representing news talent, authors, entertainers and athletes. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Cornell University Law School. He has appeared on every cable news network nationally as well as WMAL Radio in Washington, D.C. and WBAL Radio in Baltimore as a legal analyst.
Areas of expertise:
- Civil litigation
- Criminal defense
- Entertainment law