Faculty News

  • Defending the Defenseless
    Brook Ashley ’08 spearheads a new program expanding access to legal services for domestic violence victims who can’t afford lawyers.
  • Judicial selection
    Yelnosky on Judicial Selection
    Dean Michael Yelnosky in the ProJo, on the governor's efforts to change perceptions that you’ve got to “know a guy” to be a judge in Rhode Island.
  • Horwitz, Vorenberg on Expungement
    Prof. Andrew Horwitz and Director of Pro Bono & Community Partnerships Eliza Vorenberg on how expungement helps those with minor criminal records get a fresh start.


Deborah Johnson

Deborah Johnson
Director of Diversity and Outreach
Coordinator of International Programs

B.A., University of Notre Dame
J.D., Northeastern University School of Law

Contact:
401-254-4522

Deborah Johnson served as Law Clerk to the Hon. Napoleon A. Jones, Jr., of the United States District Court (S.D. Cal.) in San Diego and worked for six years as a Law Associate with Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris , Glovsky & Popeo, P.C., in Boston.

Johnson was Director of Youth Programs at the Boston Center for Community & Justice is a member of the Board of Directors for both the Center for Collaborative Education and the Elizabeth Stone House, which assists women and families suffering the effects of domestic violence and other trauma. Johnson is a member of three state bars: California, Massachusetts, and New York.