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  • What is the most important issue to you of being an advocate?
    • Leveraging my skillset to bring attention to the issues workers face in the employment law realm.
  • Who is your favorite Supreme Court Justice?
    • Thurgood Marshall.
  • Besides Rob Wiley, P.C., what is the most interesting job that you have had?
    • Summer Camp Counselor for UHD Engineering.
  • What is your favorite food?
    • Italian cuisine.
  • What’s the best part of living in (current city)?
    • Houston is so diverse and filled with so many food options. I have currently tasked myself with trying a new restaurant at least once a month.
  • Why did you start practicing labor and employment law?
    • I really enjoyed Labor law in law school. It was my favorite course.
  •  What skills do you value as an employment attorney?
    • Interpersonal skills. I think it is very important to hone in on the ability to truly connect with others, especially employees who are trusting you to handle their legal disputes.
  • What do you do when you’re not practicing law?
    • I love nature walks, spa dates, and water activities.
  • What’s your favorite legal movie?
    • Legally Blonde 
  • What's your favorite legal TV show?
    • Law and Order SVU
  • What do you most want your clients to know about you?
    • That I'm committed to defending and upholding workers' rights. Working with me will truly feel like working alongside a dedicated player. 
Areyana Johnson
Austin/Houston Employment Trial Lawyer Areyana Johnson

In light of the recently released Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) guidance on harassment, Texas employers should think rethink how to design and make modifications to the workplace. With the protection of employees at the forefront, this new guidance outlines over 70 examples of unlawful harassment. It also encompasses