While in law school, Errin worked at the Penn State Center for Agricultural and Shale Law focusing on food safety and environmental law developments affecting agriculture in Pennsylvania, such as the Food Safety Modernization Act and Clean Water Act. He also interned with the Rural Economic Development Clinic assisting clients with various legal issues including nonprofit formation, guidance concerning the National Flood Insurance Program, and farmland leasing. Errin was a co-founder and active member of Penn State Law’s Second Amendment Law Society, serving as Treasurer from 2016-2018. During his final year of law school, Errin helped organize a public forum to address the challenges facing a local watershed in Centre County.
Prior to law school, Errin worked full-time as a machine operator at a factory near his hometown of Bellwood, Pennsylvania while pursuing his bachelor’s degree at Penn State. During this same time, Errin worked as a political theory research assistant and tutored political science classes for underclassmen.
The Pennsylvania State University, Schreyer Honors College, B.S., Political Science
The Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law, J.D.