D’Andra A. Johnson is an associate at McKinney, Bancroft and Hughes. She is a part of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Her practice focuses on corporate and commercial law, banking and finance, and trusts/private client litigation alongside dispute resolution.
D’Andra attended the College of The Bahamas, where she received an Associate’s of Arts degree in 2009. She then completed her Bachelor of Law Degree from the University of the West Indies, Cavehill, Barbados in 2014. In 2016, she obtained her Legal Education Certificate from the Eugene Dupuch Law School. D’andra was admitted to The Bahamas’ Bar in October 2016. She began practicing in commercial litigation and dispute resolution that year.
During 2018, D’Andra was awarded the Chevening Scholarship to study at the Queen Mary University of London. A year later, she obtained a Masters of Law in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution with Distinction.
Today, she continues lending her expertise within her team at McKinney, Bancroft and Hughes.
In her free time, D’Andra is all about civic engagement. She volunteers with the Dignified Girl Project, a non-profit organization that provides free personal care packages to young girls and educates them about their health and impact on society. As for recreation, D’Andra enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, playing tennis and volleyball, travelling, reading, and relaxing on Bahamian beaches.
- Bahamas, 2016