“I take a very detail-oriented approach to environmental lawsuits. I believe in the adage that ‘success is 90% preparation,’ so I bring a thorough, detail-oriented approach to every case.”
Erin Bambrick is an environmental and energy 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