BA, University of California, Los Angeles
JD, Stanford Law School
Erin O'Neal Muilenburg is a 1997 graduate of Stanford Law School. Prior to joining McGeorge, Erin worked as a federal civil litigator for both a national law firm in San Francisco as well as a boutique law firm in Sacramento. Erin also has clerkship experience, having served as a judicial clerk for federal district Judge Jon P. McCalla in the Western District of Tennessee. Prior to attending law school, Erin was a California Senate Fellow and Legislative Consultant in the office of Senate President Pro Tempore Bill Lockyer.
As Director of McGeorge School of Law’s Capital Lawyering Concentration, Erin focuses on strategizing with those interested in government and policy, legislative work, lobbying, and other employment in and around the capital arena. McGeorge is located in Sacramento, California’s diverse capital city. This location, combined with the skills, experience, and networking opportunities available in our Capital Lawyering curriculum, provide McGeorge students and graduates with an unsurpassed opportunity to become involved in policy, advocacy, and government at the state, local, and regional level.
Erin also serves as Assistant Director of Graduate and Capital Employment, and works
with students and alumni to provide tools and resources for lifelong professional
development. Her goal is to assist with creation and execution of individual career
plans to help McGeorge students and alumni achieve long-term career success and satisfaction.
In addition to assisting all JD and LLM students and alumni, she works with candidates
in our MPP, MPA, and MSL graduate programs.
Erin teaches as an Adjunct Professor of Global Lawyering Skills, and works to provide in-depth instruction on persuasive written and oral advocacy in order to enhance and deepen students’ experience in legal research, writing, and analysis and prepare McGeorge graduates to be practice-ready as they begin their careers.
While at Stanford Law School, Erin was Editor In Chief of The Stanford Law & Policy Review. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a BA in Political Science. Erin is a member of the California Bar and is licensed to practice before the Ninth Circuit and the Eastern, Northern, Central, and Southern Districts of California.