Erin is an associate with the Bankruptcy & Restructuring group.
Her practice focuses on corporate restructuring and bankruptcy.
Prior to joining Morris Nichols, Erin gained valuable experience as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Charles E. Butler of the Superior Court of Delaware.
In law school, Erin concentrated in intellectual property and was a member of the Moot Court Board and the Student Intellectual Property Association. She served on the editorial board of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Quarterly Journal. She also was a Pro Bono Achievement Award recipient, received an award for appellate brief writing, and was recognized by George Washington University Law School for the best essay in any area of intellectual property law.
Also during law school, Erin completed an externship with the Institute for Intellectual Property & Social Justice in Washington, DC and internships with The Copyright Alliance and the Entertainment Software Association.
Not yet admitted in Delaware
News & Insights
- Firm News, 10.12.2023
Morris Nichols is delighted to welcome six attorneys to the firm. They all bring prior experience from judicial clerkships and private litigation practice.
- How to Get Rich without Even Trying: The Music Modernization Act Gives Publishers an Advantage to Unfairly Profit from the Work of Independent SongwritersPublication, AIPLA Quarterly Journal, 01.21.2022
- Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Charles E. Butler, Superior Court of Delaware, 2022-2023
George Washington University Law School, JD, 2022
AIPLA Quarterly Journal, notes editor, 2022
Drexel University, BS, music industry, cum laude, 2018
- District of Columbia, 2022
- Pennsylvania, 2022