Erin K. Law’s practice focuses primarily on public finance, redevelopment and economic development. She currently represents school boards, municipalities, local authorities and redevelopment agencies as bond counsel and redevelopment counsel. Erin has experience in transactions involving public bodies, resulting in the financing of a variety of projects throughout the State of New Jersey.
Erin advises clients throughout each phase of the redevelopment process and in the negotiation of purchase and sale agreements, financial agreements and various loan agreements. She has extensive experience representing borrowers and conduit borrowers participating in the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust Financing Program and other pooled loan programs.
In 2001, Erin received a B.A. from Douglass College of Rutgers University with a double major in Political Science and Administration of Justice. In 2003, she received her J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law where she served as a Teaching Fellow for the business faculty.