Gordon Fischer Law Firm, P.C.
220 Lafayette Street, Suite #120
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SUBJECT: GORDON FISCHER OPENS LAW FIRM, FOCUS ON CHARITABLE GIVING
Iowa City – Gordon Fischer, a practicing attorney in Iowa for more than 20 years, has opened his own law firm — Gordon Fischer Law Firm, P.C. — with a focus on charitable giving. Blending his legal experience and service background, Fischer works with nonprofit organizations and donors across the state, addressing their unique challenges and capitalizing on opportunities.
After graduating from the University of Iowa, where he served as a student government leader, Fischer received his law degree, summa cum laude, from Southern Illinois University. After law school, Fischer clerked for the Iowa Court of Appeals. He then joined the Des Moines firm of Bradshaw, Fowler, Proctor and Fairgrave, P.C. He became a partner and gained a reputation for skilled and conscientious litigation in all areas of law, with a focus on employment. In 2013, Gordon left the firm to become Vice President of Gift Planning Strategies for the Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines, where he helped donors plan and achieve their philanthropic goals. In 2014, he received the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy designation from The American College of Financial Services. Fischer serves the community and his profession in a variety of ways, on boards and commissions and as a mentor and hands-on volunteer.
As part of his charitable giving education and outreach efforts, Fischer has a blog and an enewsletter (subscribe). He is also a frequent speaker and trainer at conferences, meetings and other events on a topics related to charitable giving, the nonprofit sector and the law.
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fischergordon
On January 27, Gordon Fischer participated in a Des Moines Register panel on smart charitable giving. The event was hosted by the Register‘s Reader Watchdog, Lee Rood. Read about it here.