Viktoryia Johnson concentrates her practice on the representation of clients in labor and employment law matters.
Viktoryia graduated from law school in the top 4% of her class, earning a magna cum laude degree. While in law school, Viktoryia gained extensive hands-on legal experience through several clerkships and internships, both in private practice and in the judicial system, serving as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Michael G. Williamson in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida. Viktoryia’s history with FordHarrison began in summer 2015. Before her transition to the role of an Attorney, Viktoryia had worked as a Summer Associate and a Law Clerk for the firm. In law school, Viktoryia successfully completed the Honors Program; worked as a Research Assistant to an Employment Law Professor; served as an Articles & Symposia Editor and, later, the Executive Editor of the Stetson Law Review; and was the President of the student Labor & Employment Law Association. Viktoryia’s law school awards include The Florida Bar Labor & Employment Law Section Dean W. Gary Vause Award, The William F. Blews Pro Bono Service Award, and First Place in the Carlton Fields First-Year Appellate Advocacy Competition.
To date, Viktoryia’s publications include law review articles Florida Workers’ Compensation Act: The Unconstitutional Erosion of the Quid Pro Quo, published in the Stetson Law Review, and Adults Only: Florida’s Botched Case of “Youth” Employment Discrimination, to be published in the upcoming issue of the St. Thomas Law Review.