Jamila Johnson Joins Board of Legal Voice
Jamila Johnson, an associate in the Seattle office of Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, recently joined the board of Legal Voice.
Founded in 1978 as the Northwest Women's Law Center, Legal Voice works toward a world where every woman and girl enjoys economic, social and political equality. It does this by pursuing justice for all women and girls in the Northwest through groundbreaking litigation, legislative and policy advocacy, and educational tools to help people understand their rights and the legal system.
Johnson is the former Chair of the Seattle Women's Commission. She focuses her practice in the area of constitutional and commercial litigation. In 2011, she received the King County Bar Association's Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year award and in 2012 was included in Thomson Reuter's list of Washington Rising Stars. Johnson holds a juris doctor degree from the University of Washington School of Law and a bachelor of arts degree from Seattle University.