Membership Directory - Individual

Johnson Barbara

Founder at BLJohnson Law PLLC
Member Since: 2018

About

Street Address: 1300 I Street NW
City Name: Washington
Province: DC
Zip Code: 20005
Email Address: blj@bljlawyer.com
Phone: Available to Members
Mobile Phone: Available to Members
Primary Areas of Practice: Investigator
Description of Member's Practice: Barbara L. Johnson is an employment attorney with over 30 years of experience. She represents a wide array of employers, ranging from Global 500 companies and publicly-traded companies to nonprofit organizations and educational institutions to manufacturers. Barbara has practiced law with a major corporation, a global AmLaw 100 law firm and a minority-owned litigation boutique. In 2016, she founded BLJohnson Law PLLC and became Counsel with Potter & Murdock, PC, a woman and minority owned firm with offices in Virginia, DC and Maryland. Since 2016, Barbara has served as an investigator for dozens of employment-related matters throughout the United States. She is particularly adept in navigating complex matters where allegations of misconduct have been raised involving executives or involving allegations of disparate treatment requiring statistical analyses. Barbara serves an arbitrator, mediator and investigator for employment-related disputes. Barbara also counsels organizations on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs and provides guidance on how to create cultures that remove barriers to DEI and maximize human capital.
Member Type: Outside Counsel
Firm/Company: BLJohnson Law PLLC
Firm/Company Profile: Barbara L. Johnson founded BLJohnsonLaw PLLC in 2016 to continue her national practice of the representation of management in employment matters. She is Counsel to a woman-owned law firm, Potter & Murdock, which has offices in DC, VA and MD
Firm/Company Website: https://www.bljlawyer.com
Bar Admissions (up to 10): Texas, Michigan, District of Columbia, Virginia
Former Member of the Bench: No
Percent of Members Time Spent on Employment Law Matters: 75 - 100
Percent of Member's Practice Spent on Plaintiff's Employment Matters: 0