Lisa Johnson

Associate Professor, School of Business and Leadership
Law, Ethics, and Environmental Policy & Decision Making

BA, MPA, Indiana University
MFA, Pacific Lutheran University
JD, Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College
Ph.D. Portland State University

Lisa's primary areas of interest are the legal and moral status of nonhuman animals and animal ethics in political theory. For the environmental policy and decision making minor, she teaches Environmental Law and the Environmental Studies Senior Seminar. She also teaches Business and the Natural Environment, which is a freshman seminar. Her students have written grant proposals to the Environmental Protection Agency relating to sustainability issues, and they have completed a preliminary comparative study relating to community gardens and connection to the land. She earned her JD from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College, where she focused on Environmental and Natural Resources Law. Her Master of Public Affairs was earned from Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs, with a focus on International Environmental Policy.


Fall Semester 2016

BUS 340a Law and Ethics in Business, TuTh 8-9:20, McIntyre 320
BUS 340b Law and Ethics in Business, TuTh, 9:30-10:50, McIntyre 320
CONN 478a Animals Law and Society, TuTh 11-12:20, McIntyre 320