Erin focuses her practice in the areas of real estate and land use.
She handles complex residential and commercial real estate matters, including land use and zoning matters, developer representation, landlord representation, and purchaser and seller representation in connection with residential and commercial purchase and sale transactions. Additionally, she counsels developers and significant landowners on a variety of land use matters. This includes developments of regional impact, comprehensive plan amendments, rezonings, special exceptions, and conditional use approvals.
Before returning to her native Sarasota, she worked as an associate for an AV-rated law firm in Tallahassee, Florida, representing real estate developers in the creation of condominiums and planned developments. Prior to joining the firm, Erin also served as Director for Planned Giving at The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art where she helped families accomplish their philanthropic gift planning through gifts of art, real estate, and outright gifts.
Erin received her juris doctor and Bachelor of Arts from Florida State University.