Bria Johnson

Bria Johnson is a second-year law student at North Carolina Central University School of Law, also holds a master’s in international education from The George Washington University. She is particularly interested in exploring the intersection of technology and justice to benefit everyday individuals. When she is not buried in law books, she is nose deep in novels or goofing around with her labradoodle Bronx-Capri.

MLK Intern, Innovation Lab

What inspired you to pursue a career in law or social justice?

I decided to pursue a career in law to discover more about the intersection of law and education.

Why did you choose to intern with Legal Aid of North Carolina?

I chose to intern with LANC to be apart of a community of people whose goal is to serve others and to be a resource to people who need it.

What do you hope to gain from your experience at LANC?

I hope to gain practical experience, expand my skill set and to make valuable connections.

What are your long-term career goals, and how do you envision your experience at LANC contributing to them?

My goal is to be a person that moves the area of law forward. I want to help to be innovative in the ways people can and should have the right to access the justice system.