Erin defends employers in litigation before state and federal courts and administrative agencies against labor- and employment-related claims: from discrimination and retaliation, to breach of employment agreements and restrictive covenants, to unfair labor practices. In her practice, Erin also focuses on preventive counseling on wage and hour issues and employment policies.
Erin joined Mintz Levin's Employment, Labor and Benefits Section after practicing in the firm's Litigation Section, where she represented clients on a broad range of legal matters.
Before working at Mintz Levin, Erin clerked for the Trial Court Law Clerk Department of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. As a law clerk, she researched and drafted decisions and bench memoranda for multiple judges of the Rhode Island Superior Court as well as advised the Honorable Stephen J. Fortunato, and later the Honorable Sarah Taft-Carter, on legal issues arising from the weekly civil dispositive motion calendar.
Erin was a Summer Associate at Mintz Levin in 2009. During law school, Erin worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable James Wexler in Chelsea District Court and served as comment editor of theJournal of Trial and Appellate Advocacyand member of the Moot Court Honor Board.
Prior to attending law school, Erin was a senior account manager for a Boston-based consulting firm, providing government relations and nonprofit development consulting services.