Myles J. Johnson, ESQ
Myles Johnson is an Award-winning, Nationally recognized Litigator in the states of Louisiana and Washington.
Born in New Orleans during his father’s final semester at Tulane University Law School, many would say that Mr. Johnson’s affinity for the law has been a part of him since birth.
Mr. Johnson attended Xavier University of Louisiana on scholarship where he received a B.S in Business Finance. After some deliberation, he decided to put law school on hold and enter the workforce. In 1999, Mr. Johnson joined a Fortune 500 Corporation as a Sales Executive, and within a year, his company was bought out by a much larger entity. He immediately decided to cash in on his previous acceptances to law school, and voluntarily resigned to save a co-worker’s position.
Mr. Johnson followed in his father’s footsteps and entered Tulane University Law School.
Initially, Mr. Johnson believed that he wanted to become what he affectionately refers to as a “tall building lawyer” in New York City. After his first year of law school, Mr. Johnson clerked at a major northeast law firm. Although lucrative and challenging, Mr. Johnson was alarmed by his lack of client contact and his feeling of having no real personal impact on the lives of his clients. The following Summer, instead of accepting another clerkship in the northeast, he decided to clerk for a large and very well respected personal injury firm in Louisiana. Mr. Johnson was immediately hooked, and tailored his ambitions accordingly.
In 2012, just seven years after completing his Juris doctorate at Tulane, Myles Johnson was recognized by the National Trial Lawyers Association as a “Top 40 under 40” litigator in the State of Louisiana.
What brings Mr. Johnson to Washington? His law school sweetheart and now wife is a native Washingtonian. The couple have two beautiful little girls and both pursue their respective legal careers in the greater Seattle/Tacoma area.
Mr. Johnson has quickly developed a reputation throughout the State of Washington as having exceptional relationships with clients and a dynamic presence in the courtroom.
In 2017, having practiced in Washington four years, Myles Johnson was named “Top 10 Litigators under 40” in the State of Washington.