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erin.godwin@campbellguin.com

Phone: 205-224-0753

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Martina Corprue
martina.corprue@campbellguin.com 

Phone: 205-224-0749
Fax: 205-383-2858

Erin Godwin

Erin Godwin is an associate in the firm’s Business Torts, Corporate Litigation, and Trial practice.  Erin provides research and works on a broad and diverse range of business litigation issues. She also has experience advising clients, attorneys, and organizations nationwide in complying with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act.

Prior to joining Campbell Guin, Erin served as a software development project manager. As a project manager, she led teams in the implementation of various software updates and products including the systems integration of a multi-million dollar acquisition and an electronic performance evaluation system. 

After receiving her undergraduate degree from Berry College with a degree in Marketing, Erin graduated cum laude from Cumberland School of Law. While in law school, Erin served as Associate Editor of the Cumberland Law Review and as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Teaching Fellow. Erin also earned her MBA from the Brock School of Business at Samford University where she was inducted into the international business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma

Practice Areas

Education

  • Juris Doctor, Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, 2016, cum laude

    • Senior Associate Editor, Cumberland Law Review

    • Caruthers Fellow, Teaching Assistant to 1L Research and Writing

    • Career Development Advisory Board Member

  • Master of Business Administration, Samford University

    • Beta Gamma Sigma

  • Bachelor of Science in Marketing, Berry College

    • Berry College Presidential Ambassadors 

    • Omicron Delta Kappa

    • Athletes Bettering the Community 

    • Student Advisor and Mentor

Bar Admissions

  • Alabama, 2016

ARTICLES, PUBLICATIONS, AND OPINIONS

  • Erin G. Godwin, Case Note, McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, 134 S. Ct. 1434 (2014), 45 CUMB. L. REV. 639 (Spring 2015).

  • Erin G. Godwin, Comment, Judicial Notice and the Internet: Defining a Source Whose Accuracy Cannot Reasonably Be Questioned, 46 CUMB. L. REV. 219 (Fall 2015).

AFFILIATIONS

  • Alabama Bar Association