John Griffith Johnson, Jr. (Grif) is an attorney. After receiving his law degree in 1976, he worked in various law firms over the next 45 years. He currently serves as counsel to a small law firm in Washington, D.C. that concentrates in the representation of telecommunications and information service providers. Now largely retired, Grif enjoys volunteer work, golf, reading, and spending time with his grandkids. Among his proudest accomplishments in semi-retirement has been his contributions to a successful effort to have the D.C. Council enact legislation outlawing the sale and use of gas-powered leaf blowers in the city starting in 2022. Grif received his law degree from Georgetown University Law School and his undergraduate degree from Princeton University.