In the fast-paced world of law, you do not often come across individuals who leave an indelible mark on both their firm and the legal profession. Susan B. Cohodes, an attorney at our esteemed firm, is undeniably one such rare individual.
As we bid farewell to her after 24 years of dedicated service, it’s important to take a moment to reflect on her remarkable journey and the lasting impact she leaves behind.
A legacy of excellence
Susan B. Cohodes has been advocating for injury victims since 1986. After graduating in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism Degree from Northwestern University, she earned a Juris Doctor from The Chicago Kent College of Law in 1986.
Susan is a born and bred product of the Iron Mountain in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. However, she has spent significant portions of her life in Germany, Illinois and Idaho. Susan B. Cohodes was a practicing lawyer in Chicago until 1992 when she moved to Washington. Her journey at the Law Offices of Dean Standish Perkins & Associates began in 2000, and she’s been advocating for injured people with our team ever since.
She has successfully navigated complex cases, provided invaluable counsel and served as a mentor to many. Her unwavering commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards, coupled with her unparalleled work ethic, has made her an inspiration to colleagues and clients alike.
She is a loving mother, football fan and meticulous legal representative
Susan is the mother of two children and is an avid fan of the Green Bay Packers and loves to travel to Wisconsin to watch them play. Susan has also traveled thousands of miles locally to meet clients. Her meticulous attention to detail and ability to approach challenges with innovative solutions have consistently set her apart as a legal luminary.
As we bid farewell to Susan B. Cohodes, we express our deepest gratitude for her invaluable contributions to our firm’s success. Her dedication, integrity and passion for justice have been the bedrock of our legal practice. While her departure leaves a void difficult to fill, we are excited for her as she embarks on this new chapter of her life in retirement.