Mrs. Erwin practices removal defense, family immigration, and criminal defense. She specializes in “crimmigation” and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status applications. Mrs. Erwin is fluent in Spanish.
Mrs. Erwin graduated with highest honors from the University of Georgia in 2008 with a B.A. in International Affairs and a minor in Arabic. Throughout college she traveled to the Mediterranean and the Middle East and gained an interest in immigration law.
Mrs. Erwin attended Washington University in St. Louis School of Law and graduated cum laude in May of 2012. Mrs. Erwin was an editor for the Washington University Global Studies Law Review, and her student note on racial profiling and immigration law was published in 2012. During law school Mrs. Erwin was an intern at the ACLU, a law clerk at a private immigration firm, and an intern at the Office of the Federal Public Defender in East St. Louis, Illinois. Mrs. Erwin’s combined experiences with immigration and criminal defense spurred her interest in “crimmigration.”
In November of 2012, Mrs. Erwin was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia. She is also admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, and the U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia.
Mrs. Erwin is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and she is currently the chair of the ICE Committee of the Georgia-Alabama Chapter of AILA. Mrs. Erwin has been a speaker for AILA as well as the State Bar of Georgia on various topics within immigration, juvenile and criminal law.