Following graduation, Professor Creola Johnson spent four years practicing bankruptcy and corporate law at Klett, Lieber, Rooney and Schorling in Pittsburgh.
She has taught at the West Virginia University College of Law and has worked as a staff attorney with Pittsburgh’s Neighborhood Legal Services Association, supervising a bankruptcy project for law students.
Before joining the Moritz College of Law faculty, Professor Johnson was a faculty fellow at the University of Iowa College of Law.
She teaches Sales, Secured Transactions, Debtor and Creditor Rights, Business Bankruptcy, Consumer Protection and Non-Conventional Lending, and Consumer Law.
Creola Johnson,The Modern Family Debacle: Bankruptcy Judges Decide that Some of the Debtors’ Loved Ones Do Not Count as Household Members,
Cal. L. Rev.
Creola Johnson,America’s First Consumer Financial Watchdog Is on a Leash: Can the CFPB Use Its Authority to Declare Payday-Loan Practices Unfair, Abusive, and Deceptive?,
Cath. U. L. Rev.