Attorney Adin Johnson
Philbrook Law in WA

Adin Johnson


Adin earned his law degree from Willamette University College of Law, cum laude, and his bachelor’s degree from Washington State University. Adin’s practice focuses on criminal defense and DUI representation. He has successfully represented hundreds of clients in various types of matters, and has argued in trials and hearings in courts throughout both Oregon and Washington. While in law school, he worked for the Oregon Department of Justice, and the Marion County District Attorney’s Office where he gained significant trial experience. Adin participated in several moot court competitions while in law school and won the 2018 Don Turner Criminal Trial Competition. During his second and third year, he contributed to the Willamette Environmental Law Journal as a citation editor, Willamette Law Online as a writer and editor, and authored an article selected for publication in the Willamette Social Justice and Equity Law Journal, titled “The Dream Act: Its Past and Future, Opposition, and the Media.”

Since joining Philbrook Law Office, Adin has routinely achieved dismissals on cases ranging from speeding tickets to serious felonies. In 2023, Adin was selected by his peers to receive the Clark County Bar Association’s “Rising Star Award.” Adin has a reputation for working hard and achieving excellent results for his clients.

When Adin isn’t working, he enjoys traveling, spending time with his wife and dogs, playing soccer on one of his many teams, and going on hikes.

Areas of Practice



  • Washington
  • Oregon
  • Federal Court of Washington


  • CCBA 2023 Rising Star

Professional Affiliations


  • “The DREAM Act: Its Past and Future, Opposition, and the Media,” 2.1 Willamette Soc. Just. & Equity L.J. 216 (2018).

Sample of Case Results

  • DUI – Amended to “Failure to Yield” Traffic Infraction (September 2023)
  • Assault 4 DV/Assault of a Child Allegation – Total Dismissal (September 2023)
  • DUI – total dismissal (August 2023)
  • DUI Refusal (with minor) – Amended to Reckless Driving (August 2023)
  • Reckless Driving – Dismissed at Trial
  • Excessive Force 1983 Federal Lawsuit - $75,000.00 (July 2023)
  • Hundreds of Infraction Cases Dismissed Yearly
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