Kirstin Erickson represents physicians, nurses, medical providers, hospitals and medical groups in malpractice litigation. She brings to that representation her experience in analyzing medical records and zealously representing clients’ interests from her work representing veterans in obtaining VA and Social Security disability benefits. Kirstin’s skill in both verbal and written communications has led to a number of successful outcomes for her clients.
During law school, Kirstin developed her legal acumen through diverse experiences. She externed for twenty-three international judges at the United Nations International Criminal Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague, Netherlands, drafting motions, decisions, and analyzing evidence of war crimes. Kirstin was the recipient of the PILI (Public Interest Law Initiative) scholarship two consecutive summers for her work representing clients in domestic relations matters, mediated landlord-tenant disputes, and other personal injury matters in small claims court. Her experience also includes handling employment matters at the EEOC.
Kirstin was a member and Team Manager for the Appellate Moot Court at DePaul University College of Law, while earning multiple awards for her coursework. In her personal time, Kirstin enjoys international traveling, learning languages, and spending time with friends and family.