Erin Evans is a founding partner of Evans Garrey. She received her J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law in 2007 and lived in Phoenix before moving to Flagstaff where she has lived and worked for the past ten years. She focuses on representing plaintiffs in wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases. Before becoming an attorney, Erin was a teacher, and she draws on her educational background to develop persuasive legal arguments throughout trials, mediations, and negotiations.
Erin frequently takes on cases pro bono and has been honored as one of the Top 50 Pro Bono Attorneys in Arizona. In addition to this, she has served as the president of the Coconino County Bar Association and is an active member of several committees and task forces in the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (“TIPS”) section of the American Bar Association (ABA), including the Outreach to Young Lawyers Committee, Litigation Committee, Solo and Small Firm Task Force and Women Trial Lawyer’s Committee.
Outside of the office, Erin’s two young children keep her busy, as she enjoys spending time with them, her husband, and their dogs. A world traveler, Erin, and her family search for adventure and good food. She enjoys skiing and having snowball fights with her family.
Bar Admissions - Arizona
- United States District Court, Arizona
- Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education Top 50 Pro Bono Attorneys in Arizona (2011).
- Evans, E. (June 8, 2018). Flagstaff Ethics 2018– The Un-Zombie Project for Lawyers: Feeling Alive While Reducing Stress, ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Flagstaff, Arizona.
Professional and Civic Activities
- Coconino County Bar Association (President Emeritus)
- Arizona Women Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association
- Maricopa County Bar Association
- Graduate of the Arizona College of Trial Advocacy
- Volunteer Lawyers Program
- Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education
- Maricopa County Justice Museum and Learning Center Founder
- Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (“TIPS”) of the ABA, Outreach to Young Lawyers Committee; Solo and Small Firm Task Force; Appellate Advocacy Committee, and Women Trial Lawyer’s Committee.
- Coconino County Law Day Committee