John J. Durkin
JOHN J. DURKIN is a 1980 cum laude graduate of the Gonzaga University School of Law. John served as an associate editor of the Gonzaga Law Review and qualified for the National Moot Court Competition after winning the Northwest Regional Competition.
Upon graduation from law school, John was selected by United States Magistrate, Smithmoore P. Meyers, to serve as his judicial law clerk for the Eastern District of the United States District Court for the State of Washington.
In September of 1981, John entered private practice with the firm of Troup, Christnacht, Ladenburg & McKasy in Tacoma, Washington. John’s practice focuses primarily on personal injury, including motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, construction site accidents, pedestrian accidents, product liability, and insurance disputes.
John is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Membership in ABOTA is by invitation only. John has served on the board of the Washington State Association for Justice (formerly known as WSTLA) for over 7 years. John serves on Gonzaga University School of Law School Board of Advisers.
For the last several years, Washington Law & Politics has designated John as a Super Lawyer. The Super Lawyer designation is limited to 5% of the attorneys practicing in the state of Washington and is awarded based upon peer review by practicing attorneys within the state.
John and his wife Allison have five grown children.
John’s legal assistant is Roxanne Mueller.
In 2021, John Durkin transitioned to Ladenburg Law. You can learn more about this change at the Ladenburg Law blog. If you would like to reach John, please contact Ladenburg Law.