Erin Bradley brings to Wolff Ardis, P.C. a genuinely unique perspective and attention to detail to her client’s legal issues. Her creative mind and extraordinary background allow her to analyze problems in a rigorous, analytical, and scientific manner.
Before embarking on her career in law, Erin earned her B.A. in Archaeology from the University of Victoria, British Columbia (which is ranked in the top 5% of Global Universities by U.S. News). She then spent several years in archeology as a crew member and crew chief in the western United States). In 2009, Erin earned her J.D. from the University of South Dakota (although she maintained her love of playing in the dirt).
During law school, Erin interned with Dakota Plains Legal Services where she represented indigent clients with a myriad of legal issues, including those specific to Native American tribal members. After graduation, Erin’s practice focused on real property, and she worked with two well-known title and escrow firms. Erin also moved to the Big Island of Hawaii, where she served as a Law Clerk for Division 4 of the Third Circuit District Hawaii Judiciary.
Upon moving back to the Mainland, Erin worked as a paralegal for a commercial transaction law firm. She joined Wolff Ardis, P.C. in April 2015, and became our Firm’s newest Associate Attorney after passing the July 2017 Tennessee Bar Exam. Erin’s practice now focuses on products liability litigation.
- J.D., University of South Dakota, School of Law, 2009
- B.A., University of Victoria, British Columbia
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Tennessee, 2017
- Iowa, Inactive