Erin BerryAssociate


121 S. Orange Avenue, Suite 1500
Orlando, FL 32801



Professional Profile

Erin is an associate in Carr Allison’s Orlando (FL) office. She is admitted to practice in Florida. Her practice is focused on defending matters involving premises liability and personal injury.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and international relations. Erin went on to earn her Juris Doctor from Florida International University College of Law. While there she earned the CALI Book Award for Evidence. Additionally, she was chosen to be a competing member of the FIU Law Trial Team and was president of FIU Law’s chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Originally from Miami-Dade County (FL); Erin enjoys spending time with friends and family visiting unique central Florida locales, hiking and attending local festivals.

Practice Areas

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BA, Florida International University

JD, Florida International University College of Law


Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers


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