Erin is a lawyer in our Indigenous Law Group, specializing in guiding Indigenous clients through critical aspects of environmental and regulatory issues, consultation and accommodation processes, UNDRIP implementation, and economic development strategies. 


With a wealth of knowledge encompassing Aboriginal, environmental, and administrative law, Erin is committed to empowering Indigenous Nations and governments. Her skills extend to assisting with legislative reform and modern treaty reviews, ensuring that Indigenous organizations have a strong legal foundation. 

Erin’s advocacy extends beyond boardrooms to courtrooms and administrative tribunals. She passionately represents clients in negotiations and disputes, navigating complexities involving private parties and various government entities at the federal, provincial, and territorial levels. Erin is steadfast in her commitment to securing the best outcomes for her clients, ensuring their voices are heard and their rights protected. 


Erin grew up in rural Alberta and is a proud member of the Acadia First Nation in Nova Scotia.

Outside of work, you will find Erin fly fishing on Northern BC, Vancouver Island, and Alberta rivers.


  • Called to the Bar in BC, 2019
  • Juris Doctor (JD), University of British Columbia, 2018
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology, University of Victoria, 2012


  • Carole T. Corcoran Memorial Award in Law from the Peter A. Allard School of Law, 2018
  • Committee Member of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade’s Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee
  • Member of the Indigenous Bar Association

Areas of Practice

Indigenous Law