Erin Korotzer is a dedicated law student passionate about advocating for others. Currently pursuing a Juris Doctor degree at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, Erin is set to graduate in May 2024. Her commitment to positively impacting the lives of individuals facing employment-related challenges is evident in her academic pursuits and professional experiences.
Erin's journey in the legal field began in 2019 at the University of San Diego School of Law, where she obtained her paralegal certificate. Before beginning her legal career, Erin received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Davis, in 2018, double majoring in Communication and Psychology with a minor in Professional Writing. Through her diverse academic background, Erin has developed strong communication skills, a deep understanding of human behavior, and the ability to advocate for others effectively.
Erin has consistently demonstrated her commitment to serving her community through involvement in various legal organizations. She currently holds the position of Vice President of the Children and Family Law Society at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, where she works to protect the rights of vulnerable populations.
Throughout her academic journey, Erin has gained valuable professional experience through various legal internships and clerkships. She has exhibited her skills and knowledge in different areas of law, including employment law, estate law, corporate law, family law, personal injury law, and trademark law.
With a strong work ethic, exceptional research skills, and a genuine passion for helping others, Erin is a compassionate advocate driven to protect employees' rights and well-being. Through her academic pursuits and professional experiences, Erin remains steadfast in her commitment to helping individuals navigate the complexities of employment law and ensuring that their voices are heard, and their rights are protected.