Erin E. Kuhls

Erin Kuhls focuses her practice on various complex litigation matters.

During law school, Ms. Kuhls externed for the United States Department of Justice, National Security Division. While there, Ms. Kuhls worked on a variety of emergency preparedness and response matters, including the development of the National Preparedness System and National Protection Framework. She also worked on a variety of national preparedness exercises. Ms. Kuhls also served as a legal fellow for the Legal Rhetoric and Writing Program, in which she assisted a professor and helped counsel first-year law students in proper legal research, writing and citation.

Prior to beginning her legal career, she served as a resource coordinator for public-private partnerships the United States Department of State, Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism. Ms. Kuhls also served as a research assistant in the Regional Strategic Studies Division of the Nixon Center and interned with the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security, where she assisted in drafting privacy policies and operating guidelines for the Oklahoma Fusion Center, a clearinghouse for local, state and federal intelligence information.

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  • Education

    • JD, American University, Washington College of Law, 2012

      magna cum laude Order of the Coif, Administrative Law Review
    • LLM, National Security Law, Georgetown University Law Center, 2013

      with Distinction
    • BSFS, International Politics and Security Studies, Georgetown University, 2009

      cum laude
  • Admissions

    • District of Columbia

    • Maryland