Erin A. Fennerty
Whether the help a client needs is easy, complicated, or somewhere in between, Erin’s legal skills are as adaptive as they are tireless. “It’s my goal,” she says, “to assist each of my clients in the most fair, efficient and expeditious way possible.”
Born in Alaska, Erin moved to Astoria, Oregon as a young child. After moves to Salt Lake City for college and later to the Washington, DC metropolitan area, Erin made her way back to the Pacific Northwest and joined Luvaas Cobb as an associate in 2008. On January 1, 2015, Erin became a shareholder with the firm.
Erin brings tremendous energy and dedication to the work she does in representing school districts, municipal utilities, and assisting other client with general civil litigation matters. She also has an established domestic relations and family law practice, in which she helps her clients through difficult life transitions with dedication and understanding.
Erin is admitted to practice in all Oregon state and federal courts and the U.S. Tax Court. She is a member of the Oregon State Bar, Lane County Bar Association, American Bar Association and Oregon Women Lawyers. She periodically serves as an adjunct profession at Northwest Christian University, teaching a class on school law. Erin is also active in both the legal and broader community, serving on the board of the Lane County Bar Association, the Lane County Family Law Advisory Committee, and on the board of Womenspace.
Erin and her husband Erik, an operations project manager for the US Army Corps of Engineers, are the parents of four children. An avid runner, Erin has completed both the Marine Corp. Marathon and the Eugene Marathon. She also enjoys long-distance hiking, backpacking, camping, and is know among family and friends as being quite the chef.
- University of Utah (B.A. in Political Science, 2001), magna cum laude
- George Mason University School of Law (J.D., 2007); Journal of Law, Economics & Policy
- Eugene Chamber of Commerce
- Womenspace, Board of Directors
- Eugene Concert Choir, former board member
- Northwest Christian University, adjunct professor