Erin Kwiatkowski focuses her practice on sanctions law, anti-corruption measures, export and import controls, forced labor prevention and international arbitration.

Representative Experience

Prior to joining Pillsbury, Erin’s legal focus revolved around public and private international law. She worked as a student attorney in Michigan Law’s International Transactions Clinic and spent a summer working in Rome, Italy at a firm focused on International Sports Arbitration. In her final year, Erin represented the University of Michigan Law School at the Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program.

Professional Highlights

  • Awarded the Darrow Scholarship to the University of Michigan Law School (2020-23)
  • Awarded the S. Anthony Benton Memorial Award, University of Michigan Law School (2023)
  • Fellow at the Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program: The Future of Public and Private International Law (2023)

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  • Notes Editor, Michigan Journal of International Law, Volume 44
  • Sport as the Key to Statehood: Catalonia’s Final Piece of the Puzzle?, Michigan Journal of International Law Blog (2021)


  • J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 2023

    B.A., International Studies, University of Idaho, 2020
    summa cum laude


  • District of Columbia