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Erin Bambrick
Shareholder, New Orleans
Hancock Whitney Center
701 Poydras Street
Suite 5000
New Orleans, Louisiana 70139


Erin Bambrick is an environmental lawyer focused on legacy and coastal land loss litigation, as well as matters involving land contamination and personal injury toxic tort exposure from Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM). Erin’s work on the ground floor of government-initiated coastal erosion lawsuits in Louisiana has included work with experts and intensive scientific, factual, and legal case development.  

Erin graduated first in her law school class at Tulane, receiving the Faculty Medal. She was recognized for her academic achievements with numerous scholarships and accolades, including the Civil Law Studies Award and the Dean’s Medal.



  • Women’s Energy Network, South Louisiana Chapter, Board Member (2018-present)
  • The Energy Bar Association (2017)


  • The Pro Bono Project Justice for All Ball, Committee Member (2017-present)


  • Best Lawyers "One to Watch", 2021
  • Louisiana Super Lawyers "Rising Star", 2017-2022


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"Supreme Court Showdown: Legacy Litigation Update,"  LSU Mineral Law Institute, April 1


After Hours

“I am an avid reader, especially of science fiction and fantasy.  I’m also a novice urban gardener, and you’ll find me pruning or planting in the backyard whenever I get the chance.”

“I studied abroad and taught English in Greece— experiences which taught me the value of adaptability and gave me a more global perspective.”