National Association of Attorneys General
Erin Grundy is a NAAG supreme court fellow serving from mid-September to mid-December 2018. As a NAAG fellow, Erin assists in preparing the Supreme Court Report to be distributed to all state Attorneys General offices, participates in moot courts for state solicitors general, and attends all Supreme Court arguments.
In her regular duties, Erin is an Assistant Attorney General in the criminal appeals section of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. She prosecutes felony appeals for the State of Colorado in the state appellate courts and occasionally in the Supreme Court. Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office, she was in private practice doing estate planning, elder law, and family law. Erin clerked for Adams County District Court Judge Katherine Delgado.
She received her bachelor’s degree from Colgate University and her J.D. from Drake Law School.
Erin is thrilled for the opportunity to serve as a fellow, and looks forward to bringing what she has learned back to her office in Colorado and to the high school mock trial team that she coaches.