Erin McCool is a Member in the Wenatchee office, where her practice emphasizes general litigation, employment & labor law, and land use & water law. Prior to joining Ogden Murphy Wallace, Erin was a civil litigator in Portland, Oregon with The Law Offices of Daniel Snyder where she primarily focused on employment litigation and civil rights law. Before that, Erin clerked for the Honorable Rex Armstrong on the Oregon Court of Appeals.
Erin is licensed to practice in Oregon and Washington. She graduated from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. During law school, Erin earned honors in Legal Skills, co-chaired the Public Service Fund, and was the Senior Articles Editor for the Journal of Environmental Law & Policy. She was awarded the 2005 Gambrell Professionalism Award by her law school. Erin received her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia in Environmental Science.
Erin is an active member of the Wenatchee Valley community, serving as the Legislative/Diversity Director for the Apple Valley Human Resources Association, the President-Elect of the Wenatchee Sunrise Rotary Club, and as a member of the City of Wenatchee’s Diversity Advisory Council.
- Washington State Bar Association
- Oregon State Bar Association
- U.S. District Courts (Oregon, Eastern & Western Washington)
- Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
- J.D., Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary, 2006
- B.A., University of Virginia, 2000
Professional and Community Activities
- Apple Valley Human Resources Association - Legislative/Diversity Director
- City of Wenatchee Diversity Advisory Council - Member
- Wenatchee Sunrise Rotary - President Elect
- Here’s what the Legislature’s Hirst Fix Means
- Employers Should Take Steps to Prevent Sexual Harassment
- Employee Cell Phone Use for Work Could Mean Overtime
- Equal Pay Act Puts Legal Burden on Employers
- Prepare for Changes to the State Law Regarding Sick Leave
- New FLSA Rule Increases Eligibility for Overtime Payments
- The New Pornographers
- Look at Your Policy Before you Leave
- Wage Theft: Not a New Concept
- Water Rights Keep Flowing Along