Founder & Managing Attorney
Attorney Rachel Frazier Johnson, Esq.
Rachel Frazier Johnson is an experienced, innovative powerhouse. Focusing her practice in Family Law, Personal Injury and Wills and Trusts—law is her expertise, a skill she has mastered in order to alter life paths for the better, everywhere she goes. Her skills and leadership, combined with the dedicated and passionate team she’s assembled, makes Rachel Frazier Johnson Law Arizona’s choice law firm.
A POWERFUL LEADER—Each day Rachel demonstrates tenacity and leverages her expertise, all while cultivating a culture of client-first compassion, support and hard work inside the firm. It’s important to Rachel that all Rachel Frazier Johnson Law clients trust and depend on her and her team. Rachel’s extensive experience and ability to think creatively and be solution driven allows her to navigate each unique situation with deep understanding and prowess to guide clients through the process with agility and confidence.
A SKILLED ARIZONA ATTORNEY—Part of Rachel’s extensive experience includes serving as a judge pro tem since 2002 where she’s presided over high-profile and complex cases involving litigation that requires specialized legal knowledge. She has served as a judge pro tem for trial courts and appellate court panels alike. She’s a breath of fresh air with her original approach and intense focus on solutions. Rachel has demonstrated her abilities in several courts, including tribal, city and state courts. This gives Rachel a 360-degree eye for cases—she has the mind of a skilled attorney, the perspective of a judge and a heart for her clients.
A LEADER AMONG LEADERS—Rachel’s love for people and her ability to lead them out of a difficult situation extends beyond the legal world. She guides success driven-business owners through team and business development. Rachel’s diverse legal experience and broad set of skills has made her a go-to and natural leader among business leaders in the community.
SERVING THE COMMUNITY—Rachel is also recognized among an elite group of attorneys and devotes her free time by volunteering with various organizations within the community. The Volunteer Lawyers Program and the Arizona State Bar are just a few of the many organizations where Rachel has volunteered her time providing free legal assistance, advice or representation to those who are impacted by poverty. As a member of Arizona's Finest Lawyers, the Arizona Women Lawyers’ Association, and the Arizona Black Bar Rachel continues to serve others. Rachel remains committed to service of the community as Member of the Arizona Commission for Trial Court Appointments, the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board, and Board Member of Sun Valley Charter School. Rachel also serves as the Chairperson of the Public Art Committee for the City of Phoenix Arts and Culture Commissioner, a Commissioner for the City of Phoenix's Arts and Culture Commission, and a Member of the City of Phoenix's Central City (Downtown Phoenix) Village Planning Committee.
Previously, Rachel has served as a Board Member of the Women’s Metropolitan Arts Council (a support organization for the Phoenix Art Museum), and a Fiesta Bowl Ambassador. Rachel is the former Co-Chair of the State Bar of Arizona's Communications Committee, Member of the State Bar of Arizona's Standing Appointments Committee and volunteer for the Family Lawyers Assistance Program.
Even in her free time Rachel can’t help but be an innovative leader. Rachel has produced two award-winning theatrical productions, Letters From Zora and Dreaming of Harlem Under A High Southern Sky. Rachel has future entertainment projects in the works.
Attorney Rachel Frazier Johnson never ceases to impress or surprise the world with her talents. Rachel’s presence plays a big part in making our community a better place. Always generous with her time and efforts, Rachel’s on the go, making things happen and giving back.
Due to the COVID-19 health crisis and to protect the health and safety of our clients and staff, we remain available by telephone, email and video conferencing. In person meetings are suspended unless essential.
Monday: 8am to 5pm
Tuesday: 8am to 5pm
Wednesday: 8am to 5pm
Thursday: 8am to 5pm
Friday: 8am to Noon