A recent graduate of Marquette University Law School, Ms. Johnson has already acquired a multi-state perspective on family law. Ms. Johnson is licensed and admitted to the bar in both New Mexico and Wisconsin. In gaining these honors, Ms. Johnson starts her legal career keenly aware of the impact of jurisdiction on many family law matters.
During her education, Ms. Johnson clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Kenneth Gonzales. Learning what a judge looks for and expects was a key take-away from her internship, as was a hands-on understanding of the workings of the federal rules of civil procedure.Ms. Johnson has also interned at the United States Attorney’s Office in Albuquerque, the Medical College of Wisconsin Office of Risk Management, and since 2015, at David Walther Law. She has experience conducting research for upcoming trials, responding to requests of the court, writing memoranda and drafting case documents. Her internships provided her with a relatively broad perspective on various aspects of the law; her choice to concentrate on family law is based both on temperament and experience.
Ms. Johnson is bi-lingual in English and Spanish.
- St. Thomas More Law Scholarship, 2014-2017
- Boys & Girls Clubs of America & Marquette University Youth of the Year Scholar,2010-2014
- Lambda Pi-Eta Communication Honor Society, 2013-2014
- National Money Matters Ambassador for Boys & Girls Clubs of America, 2010-2011