Meet Suzanne Johnson

“I became a lawyer to help people. I am honored to work on behalf of my clients every day to reach a positive outcome.”

Suzanne R. Johnson represents people who have been injured by irresponsible conduct, including car drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists, pedestrians,  and workers who have been injured on the job by persons other than their employers and co-employees.

Before starting at Corson & Johnson, Suzanne clerked for Multnomah County Circuit Court Presiding Judge Bushong, who was responsible for the busiest court docket in Oregon.  In law school, Suzanne was a law clerk at the Yamhill County District Attorney’s office, a law clerk at the Child Advocacy Section of the Oregon Department of Justice, and served as Chair of the Mock Trial program for high school students.


Suzanne earned a bachelor’s degree in political science at Linfield College in 2016, graduating magna cum laude.  She graduated cum laude with a Juris Doctor degree in 2019 from Willamette University College of Law, where she was also Executive Editor of the Willamette University Journal of International Law & Dispute Resolution.

Court Admissions

Suzanne is licensed to practice law in all courts of the state of Oregon.

Professional Memberships

Suzanne’s professional memberships include:

  • The Oregon State Bar
  • The Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
  • The American Association for Justice
  • The Lane County Bar Association

When Suzanne is not working, she enjoys traveling, reading and playing with her cats. In her free time, she has volunteered for the Start Making a Reader Today (SMART) program.

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Please keep in mind that we can only help a limited number of people at one time, and that we try to focus on serious cases where we think we might be able to make a meaningful difference in a person’s life. We will promptly follow-up and be in contact with you.

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