Erin graduated 4th in her law school class at Barry University in Orlando, FL where she was a Senior Editor of Barry Law Review. She gained valuable experience in appeals while clerking at the 18th Judicial Circuit in Seminole County, Florida. While there she handled cases ranging from DUI’s to Felony Murder. She uses that knowledge to construct effective and persuasive arguments.
As a young woman, Erin volunteered for various community outreaches in San Francisco, but soon realized she could make a greater impact as an attorney.
Erin spent her childhood in the Adirondacks in upstate NY. She has lived all over the country where she experienced interesting people, good music and a wide variety of lifestyles. She chose to settle in Washington to enjoy the Pacific Northwest’s beauty and generally healthy lifestyle.
Erin believes words are powerful. Excellent legal writing coupled with excellent legal research can change lives and make a powerful impact in our community.
Erin is active in her community. She volunteers at Housing Justice Project and is a member of Freedom Project’s program committee and subcommittee or volunteer policy.