Andrea Johnson is a visiting assistant professor and a diversity and inclusion fellow at Rutgers Law School in Camden. She holds a juris doctorate from West Virginia University and a bachelor’s degree in business management from Marshall University. Johnson’s scholarship and teaching interests center on discrimination, bias, and identity, and how their intersections create legal barriers to compliance with civil rights and employment discrimination law. Her research focuses on ways in which individuals’ legal rights are impacted by society’s understanding of changing demographics, particularly culture’s conceptualization of race, ethnicity, “invisible” disability, gender, and sexual orientation. She joins Rutgers Law from West Virginia University College of Law, where she served as the inaugural fellow of the Fitzsimmons Center for Litigation and Advocacy. She also brings practice experience in workplace discrimination and civil rights litigation, as well as experience teaching legal analysis and writing.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Equity and Inclusion Fellow
Rutgers Law School
217 N 5th St
Camden, NJ 08102