Erin Nulty graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Diploma of Legal Practice and Bachelor of Social Sciences.
Throughout her years at university, Erin has volunteered at community legal centres and private law firms around the Newcastle area and continues to engage with the University of Newcastle for various Alumni events. During her volunteer work, she has gained invaluable experience in the areas of wills, estates, conveyancing and property law.
Erin has a particular interest in the area of Industrial Hemp and Medicinal Cannabis. Erin is involved in the HHI Expo and Symposium that is held annually in Sydney. Her interest stems from her particular interest in alternatives to western medicine. From a young age, Erin has always been conscious of using organic food and skincare products and reducing her exposure to western medicine. Erin strives to ensure that she is well-informed about the rapid and continuous legislative changes in relation to the legislation of medicinal cannabis.
The knowledge and skills developed from her Social Science studies, majoring in Community and Human Welfare compliments her engagement with the criminal law. Erin undertook several major projects that focused on the sociology behind criminal offending and the benefits of utilising divisionary programs rather than imposing criminal sanctions.
She is passionate, driven and dedicated to achieving the best outcomes for her clients. Her plain English approach ensures that there are no barriers to communicating complex legal tasks at hand. The practice of law for Erin is about clients and her passion to assist them achieves long-term relationships.
Erin is born and raised in the area of Maitland and endeavours to utilise her vocal personality to offer reputable legal assistance to the community she grew up in. Joplin Lawyers has offered Erin the opportunity to become a member of the Duty Scheme for criminal law at Kurri and Cessnock Local Court, providing her with the means of offering her assistance within her hometown.
Erin’s favourite activity is attending sessions at her local CrossFit. On her weekends, Erin enjoys soaking up the vitamin D, reading any kind of true crime literature and exploring the beautiful sites New South Wales has to offer, particularly, our beaches.
Associations / Membership
- Law Society of New South Wales
- Legal Aid panels: General Crime, Family Law and Duty Scheme Panel of Criminal Law
- Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University of Newcastle
- Diploma of Legal Practice, University of Newcastle
- Bachelor of Social Sciences majoring in Community and Human Welfare, University of Newcastle
- Admitted Supreme Court of New South Wales 24 February 2017
- Admitted High Court of Australia March 2017