Partner
Regina S. Johnson

Regina S. Johnson is a partner with Palmer & Barr's Philadelphia Office and has over 14 years of extensive experience as a litigation attorney. Currently, Ms. Johnson concentrates her practice on civil defense litigation, focused primarily on automotive negligence and premises liability in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Ms. Johnson is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and Seton Hall University School of Law, where she earned her law degree. She also earned an LLM in Health Law from Widener University School of Law. Ms. Johnson is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She is also admitted into the United States District Court of New Jersey.

Ms. Johnson has extensive experience navigating the complexities of personal injury cases and extensive product liability cases. She has managed hundreds of complex cases in both Pennsylvania, New Jersey and numerous federal courts to successful resolution.

When she is not practicing law, Regina is an avid sports enthusiast, following her sons’ exploits on the gridiron. She is an active member of the Princeton University Football Association and a co-chair of the Varsity Football Parents Committee. Regina is also an active member of the Villiger Executive Council at St. Joseph’s Preparatory School. Regina enjoys volunteering her time for Living Beyond Breast Cancer and as a life skills counselor at Good Counsel Homes.

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Email: regina.johnson@palmerbarr.com

Main: (215) 557-0222

Direct:(267) 517-6677

Fax: (215) 557-0225

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  • Memberships

  • Honors & Awards
    • Best Lawyers - 2018-2020
  • Admissions & Affiliations
    • State Bar, Pennsylvania
    • State Bar, New Jersey
    • United States District Court, New Jersey
  • Education
    • College of the Holy Cross
    • Seton Hall University School of Law
    • Widener University School of Law - LLM in Health Law
  • Areas of Focus
    • Automobile Insurance Defense
    • Premises Liability Defense
    • General Litigation - Personal Injury