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Jami Bishop

Jami Bishop Lawyer Sioux Falls

Jami J. Bishop graduated with distinction from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she double majored in History and Psychology. She then attended the University of South Dakota School of Law and received her law degree with high honors.   

Jami has been recognized for her outstanding academic performance.  She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honor society for the liberal arts and sciences.  She is also a multiple honoree of the Dean’s List at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as well as at the University of South Dakota School of Law.

Jami is a partner in the firm and focuses on motor vehicle collisions, worker’s compensation, personal injury, and premises liability cases.  Since joining the firm, Jami has tried jury trials, participated in arbitration and mediations, and given oral arguments before the South Dakota Supreme Court. Jami is President of the Second Circuit Women In Law, Chair of the Worker’s Compensation Committee, a member of the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and a member of the SD Trial Lawyers Association.


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Jami Bishop Lawyer Sioux Falls

It is great to work with the attorneys at Johnson, Janklow, and Abdallah. They always provide excellent advice and service that is second to none.

Mike Miller | former NBA player

The lawyers at Johnson, Janklow, and Abdallah are consistently ranked as the top business lawyers in the state. Our business can always count on them to aggressively fight for our rights and provide straight-forward advice on complex issues.

Mark McNeary | Primrose Retirement Communities, LLC

Lawyers from Johnson, Janklow, and Abdallah regularly participate in legal education by judging intramural student skills competitions; helping prepare our nationally competitive litigation skills teams; serving or leading the South Dakota State Bar's Law School Committee; and, from time to time , providing guest lecturers. The Law School is grateful for the generous participation of lawyers like those from Johnson, Janklow, and Abdallah.

Tom Geu | former Dean, USD School of Law