A.K. Goff, Jr. (a/k/a “K.K.”) founded what would become Goff and Goff in 1931, upon his return to Ruston from Baton Rouge, where he attended LSU.

Family started serving the community’s legal needs in 1931, when “Country Lawyer,” A.K. Goff, Jr, a.k.a “K.K.” came back from LSU in 1931. He worked to solve any legal problem that area residents faced. He loved practicing law and helping people. K.K. was still arguing cases in court the day he died. He served as a Louisiana Senatorin the 1940s. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved to take his boat “Witchcraft” for bluewater fishing out of Cameron, Louisiana.  A.K. Goff, Jr. aka “K.K.” (1906-1986) was inducted into the LSU’s Hall of Fame shortly before he died in 1986.

He was inducted into the LSU law school Hall of Fame.

He exemplified the “country lawyer,” and was a pillar of our local community.

He served Louisiana as a Senator from 1940 – 1944.

A great outdoorsman and conservationist, he inspired the love of the outdoors and shooting sports into the partners of this firm.