Ingrid D. Johnson

Senior Attorney Princeton


Ingrid D. Johnson litigates complex employment, commercial, and environmental matters at the federal and state level. She has experience managing all legislative matters related to tax abatements, land sales, public procurement, professional contracting, redevelopment agreements, grant agreements, and vendor agreements.

She also provides advice and counsel to corporate clients to identify, manage, and resolve employment related matters, including but not limited to misconduct, severance packages, discipline, and terminations. Ingrid has experience with complex employment litigation involving claims of discrimination, FMLA violations and wrongful termination.

Ingrid has experience managing prisoner reentry initiatives and operations and workers’ rights programs such as New Jersey’s Prisoner Re-entry Project and the Workers’ Legal Rights Project. As a manager of the Prisoner Re-entry Project, Ingrid handled re-entry matters including child support arrears, family reunification, housing discrimination, and Title VII violations. As part of the Workers’ Legal Rights Project, Ingrid assisted clients with wage theft, farm worker matters, human trafficking, unemployment insurance, and race and national origin discrimination as well as prepared amicus curiae briefs.

After law school, Ingrid served as clerk to the Honorable Gary Stein of the New Jersey Supreme Court.


Philip Levin Public Interest Scholar, Rutgers Law School

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Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey


  • Rutgers University School of Law, J.D., 1997, Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal
  • Bryn Mawr College, B.A., 1992

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