Professor Johnson teaches in the Legal Skills in Social Context (LSSC) program. A 2000 graduate of the law school, Professor Johnson was previously the director of diversity and outreach at Roger Williams University School of Law, and has also served as an adjunct faculty member, teaching Contract Drafting and Transactional Lawyering as well as Insurance Law. In addition, she has taught an Introduction to Cyber Insurance course since 2015 for the Insurance Library Association of Boston.

Earlier in her career, Professor Johnson clerked with the US District Court in San Diego and spent six years as a litigation associate at Mintz Levin. She also worked for two years with the Boston Center for Community and Justice, where she held leadership positions in youth programs. She has served on Northeastern Law’s Alumni/ae Association board since 2017 and is involved with a wide range of community and professional organizations, including serving as president of the Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys from 2015 to 2018.