Beatrice Grace has worked as a Registered Nurse for PeaceHealth since 1991. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon in 2009 and entered the Law School in 2012, graduating with a concentration on pubic interest law. She worked as a court-certified law student at the University of Oregon Domestic Violence Clinic, and clerked for Honorable Mustafa T. Kasubhai at the Lane County Circuit Court immediately after graduation.
Beatrice is the second staff member at Johnson Johnson Lucas & Middleton with a nursing background. She worked for over 20 years in Emergency Departments. She says, “Clients can trust that I understand the problems with their case because of my extensive nursing background. As a former ER nurse, I am familiar with people in crisis who are frustrated, fearful and vulnerable.”
Beatrice graduated from law school in 2015 and chose Johnson Johnson Lucas & Middleton because of its reputation for fighting for clients through trials. Here is what she has to say about the firm:
“This is a firm with a well earned reputation for advocating for vulnerable individuals against big companies represented by big law firms,” she says. “This firm has the resources and the will power to fight for justice for their clients.”
Since joining the firm, Beatrice was a secretary of the Board of The Trauma Healing Project, and now is the head of the Lane County Bar Association Mentor Program, helping first year law students start their new career by pairing them with experienced attorneys. She is licensed to practice in Oregon State Court and in the U.S. District Court of Oregon.
When she’s not at work she enjoys spending time with her two children, extended family, and playing piano, violin, and bass guitar.
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