Kaki Johnson is an attorney at Levin Law, P.A., representing individual investors, institutional investors, family offices, and others in claims for investment-related wrongdoing against brokerage firms, private banks, investment advisors, commodities firms, hedge funds, and others. She also represents financial-industry professionals, including financial advisors, private bankers, hedge-fund employees, professional traders, and others in employment-related and trading claims against financial institutions.
In addition, Ms. Johnson represents parties in consumer and securities-related class actions regarding consumer law issues, securities, student loan debt, and federal employment matters. Ms. Johnson also represents parties in business disputes, including corporate divorces, employment matters, and general business litigation.
Ms. Johnson grew up in Charleston, South Carolina but currently resides in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ms. Johnson graduated from Loyola University New Orleans in 2011, magna cum laude, with a B.A. in Philosophy Pre-Law. Ms. Johnson went on to receive her law degree, magna cum laude, from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law in 2015 and received the Warren E. Mouledoux Award for Outstanding Dedication and Service for her work as Articles Editor on the Loyola Law Review.
Prior to passing the bar, Ms. Johnson worked as a law clerk and summer associate at some of the top law firms in the country. After passing the Louisiana bar, Ms. Johnson began her legal career as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Ivan L.R. Lemelle of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. After completing her clerkship, Ms. Johnson joined a New Orleans-based boutique law firm where she practiced for four years, focusing on plaintiff-side class action litigation in federal court on issues related to bankruptcy law, student loan debt, federal employment statutes, and securities law.