Erin is a fourth-generation Angeleno with a passion for criminal law and social justice issues. Erin attended Harvard University, where she graduated with a BA in Government (magma cum laude) and a Special Citation in Spanish. She is also a graduate of The University of North Carolina School of Law. While there, she served more than 300 pro bono hours working with the California Innocence Project, the North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence, the ACLU Capital Punishment Project, and the Center for Death Penalty Litigation. Erin has interned for the District Attorney’s office, externed for the North Carolina Department of Justice, and served as a Guardian ad Litem. In addition to her criminal law work, Erin has years of experience working on labor and employment  litigation and civil rights cases (including Unruh Act class action discrimination cases). Erin brings her passion for helping others and more than a decade of criminal law experience to pursue justice for her clients.