Erin M. Durkin
Erin M. Durkin practices in the areas of not-for-profit law and real estate, with an emphasis on mixed-use and multifamily affordable residential development that utilize low-income housing tax credits, municipal bonds and/or private, federal, state and local debt financing. Her practice focuses on the structuring, acquisition, construction and financing of affordable housing transactions, with an emphasis on supportive housing projects.
She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with distinction in Public Policy Analysis and her Masters of Urban Planning from Hunter College. She received her law degree, along with a Certificate in Real Estate Law, from Brooklyn Law School, where she graduated cum laude, was the recipient of the Samuel Kirschenbaum Prize and the Jack Weprin Real Estate Prize and held internships at New York City Department of Law – Economic Development Division, the Municipal Art Society, the Anchorage office of Alaska Legal Services and the law and planning departments of the City of Asheville, North Carolina. Ms. Durkin is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey and North Carolina.
University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, B.A.
Hunter College, M.U.P.
Brooklyn Law School, J.D.