Nikki Johnson is a paralegal at Waldrep LLP. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as an editor for over a decade, specializing in graduate academic and medical writing, and spent several years as a managing editor for two print medical publications. Before moving to North Carolina in 2007, Nikki also taught English in the Dominican Republic, and tutored Spanish, ESL, and writing at colleges in California.
Nikki graduated with College Honors and Departmental Honors from The University of California at Los Angeles with a degree in Philosophy in 2002. While at UCLA, Nikki was the founding editor of the university’s undergraduate philosophy journal, and tutored logic and critical thinking.
Nikki puts her writing and critical thinking skills to work for Waldrep LLP, assisting the attorneys with research, editing, and drafting. Nikki’s primary focus is on general corporate and healthcare law, assisting with matters involving regulatory compliance, employment liability, healthcare licensure, and certificates of need.
Nikki actively volunteers with local arts organizations, most notably the Winston-Salem Symphony Chorus, where she sits on the chorus board, participates in musical leadership, and sings with both the Chorus and the Chamber Singers.