Erin V. Wallin joined Berke, Berke & Berke in August of 2018. Erin is a proud East Tennessee native. She graduated from Girls Preparatory School before receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Government and Intercultural Studies from Wofford College in South Carolina.
During her time in law school, Erin was president of the Moot Court team, competing in four national competitions. Erin won Best Petitioner’s Brief and placed fourth overall in the University of San Diego’s National Criminal Procedure Tournament. Erin was also Vice President of the Christian Legal Society, Chief Justice of the Student Bar Association, and a member of the American Inns of Court.
Erin’s legal article, “Paroline: The Damages and the Damages Done” was recently published by the Law Review at LMU. Attention from the article has allowed Erin to meet with numerous House and Senate offices, and with high-ranking officials at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. to advocate for better restitution for victims of child pornography. Erin’s work on this important issue has been chronicled by David Cook in the Times-Free Press, and the can be read by visiting https://www.timesfreepress.com/news/opinion/columns/story/2019/feb/03/cook-most-important-legal-ideyouve-never-hear/487885/
Erin is married to Bart, her high school sweetheart, and together they have three beautiful children. The Wallins live at the McCallie School, where Bart is employed as an assistant principal and dorm head. Outside of work, Erin enjoys family time, cooking, attending First Centenary United Methodist Church, and all things related to science fiction.
Erin has lived in Chattanooga for the past thirteen years, and is honored to serve her local community as an attorney and advocate.