Gordon J. Kuehl
Gordon Kuehl maintains a practice devoted to family and domestic law, as
well as general civil litigation. Mr. Kuehl has experience litigating
divorce, custody, child support, spousal support, community property partitions,
adoptions, tutorships, and contested successions.
Prior to becoming a member of the Lowe Stein team, Mr. Kuehl worked at
a boutique family law firm in New Orleans after serving as an Assistant
District Attorney in Orleans Parish from 2013 to 2015. While working at
the District Attorney’s office, he tried dozens of bench and jury
trials in all levels of the local district, including Municipal, Criminal,
and Juvenile courts. Mr. Kuehl began his legal career as a solo practitioner
in Portland, Oregon, focusing on business transactions, family law, estate
planning, and consumer litigation.
Mr. Kuehl earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Louisiana State University
in 2004. Following graduation, he enrolled in graduate classes at the
University of New Orleans. While pursuing a Master of the Arts, Mr. Kuehl
taught English classes as a graduate student instructor until he graduated
in 2008. Mr. Kuehl then moved cross-country to attend the University of
Oregon School of Law. During law school, he was an associate editor of
the Oregon Law Review, studied international law at the Shanghai Jiao
Tong University, and clerked for the Honorable Mr. Justice Michael Hartmann
of the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong.
Mr. Kuehl was admitted to the practice of law in Oregon in 2011 and Louisiana in 2013.
In addition to his professional pursuits, Mr. Kuehl is a member of the
New Leaders Council where he was a 2015 fellow. He is also a lifetime
volunteer with Habitat for Humanities.