Erin E. SmithAssociate


100 Vestavia Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35216


205.822.2057 (fax)

Professional Profile

Erin Smith is an associate in Carr Allison’s Birmingham (AL) office. She is admitted to practice in Alabama and focuses her practice on defending matters involving workers’ compensation and labor and employment.

Erin graduated cum laude from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in both political science and African American studies. During her time there, she was awarded the Multicultural Scholar Award. Erin went on to earn her Juris Doctor from The University of Alabama School of Law. While there, she had an externship for Judge Proctor at the US District Court for Northern Alabama. She also worked in an Elder Law Clinic where she handled Medicaid eligibility issues, estate planning, debt collection and elder abuse.

Erin is from Gainesville (FL) and enjoys hiking, kayaking and traveling. She also loves going to dog parks with her mini goldendoodle, Juno.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice



BA, University of Florida, cum laude

JD, The University of Alabama School of Law


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