Jasmine M. Johnson is an accomplished litigation attorney with a proven track record of success. Her practice focuses on complex civil litigation and civil rights matters.
Prior to joining Larson, Jasmine was a litigation associate at a large law firm in New York where she handled a diverse array of legal matters including securities class actions, voting rights litigation, and real estate litigation. While in law school, Jasmine served as a senior staff editor of the St. John’s Law Review Journal. She also served as the president of the Black Law Student Association, managing director of the Frank S. Polestino Trial Advocacy Institute, and director of events of the Coalition for Social Justice. Jasmine spent her summers as a summer associate at a large firm where she was able to participate in both transactional and litigation matters.
Before attending law school, Jasmine obtained a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California in law, history, and culture. She participated in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fund where she studied methods of interviewing young children with the goal of encouraging truthful information about violence and abuse while minimizing suggestiveness and trauma.
Outside of work, Jasmine enjoys attending Raiders and Lakers games as well as spending quality time with her loved ones.
Higher Education Honors and Achievements
- Ronald H. Brown Scholar
- Dean’s Award for Excellence in Civil Procedure & Tax
- Chief Judge Edward D. Re Commencement Award
- NYC Trial Lawyers Alliance Trial Advocacy Award
- St. John’s University School of Law, J.D., cum laude
- University of Southern California, B.A., cum laude
- California (pending)
- New York