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George Washington University Law School (2016)
St. Edward's University (B.A. in Religious Studies)
Licensed in the State of New Mexico
National School Boards Association
Council of School Attorneys
New Mexico State Bar
Albuquerque Bar Association
J. Erin Torres graduated from George Washington University Law School in 2016 and spent her first year as a practicing attorney litigating civil matters on behalf of survivors of domestic violence.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Torres earned her bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. After university, Ms. Torres spent several years traveling and working, most notably in Amami Oshima, Japan where she was employed as an Assistant Language Teacher for several island high schools.
Ms. Torres is the granddaughter, daughter, and sister of attorneys, and in 2013 decided to take up the family mantle and headed to law school. After studying and working in Washington, D.C. for four years, Ms. Torres decided it was time to go (back) West. She joined her mother here in New Mexico where Ms. Torres became licensed to practice law in 2017.
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