Kent Johnson is a 2011 graduate of Northwest Arkansas Community College where he earned his Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paralegal Studies, a paralegal program approved by the American Bar Association.
He is a recipient of the NWACC Foundation’s 2010-2011 Paralegal Scholarship. He is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Kent is a member of the National Association of Legal Assistants, National Federation of Paralegals Association, and is the VP of CLE of Arkansas Paralegal Association. Kent completed his paralegal internship during the summer of 2010 at Legal Aid of Arkansas and volunteers his paralegal expertise there in his spare time.
As a paralegal for the firm, he brings years of expertise with the pre- and post-petition aspects of bankruptcy cases. Additionally, he has a wealth of knowledge in other areas of law.
Kent is a member of St. James Missionary Baptist Church. He is active in the Music and Arts Ministry and serves in other areas as well. A resident of Fayetteville since 2005 and a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Kent is a former member of the United States Marine Corps Reserve.
He is currently a Political Science major at the University of Arkansas where he anticipates entering its law school after completing his bachelor degree work. Kent has one daughter, Jessica, who resides in New Orleans.