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Erin E. Dolly

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor Erin E. Dolly is the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs at the USF School of Law. In this role, she is responsible for developing, administering, and providing leadership to all non-academic student services including career planning, student organizations, pro bono, community service and mission-related activities, diversity and multi-cultural awareness issues and activities, student-organized events and colloquia, and student discipline and behavior issues.

Prior to joining the law school, Dolly worked as an associate in Baker & McKenzie’s Global Equity Services group, where she advised multinational clients on the design, implementation, and maintenance of their equity-based compensation programs including international tax obligations, securities law compliance, labor law considerations, exchange control regulations, data privacy, and other legal requirements. She also served as co-chair of Baker & McKenzie's SF/PA Pro Bono Committee, where she co-authored an amicus brief in support of an application for Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court of the United States in Winkelman v. Parma City School District, co-wrote a chapter of an international negotiation manual for the Public International Law and Policy Group, and contributed to a background report on Legal Mechanisms for Government Accountability for the Rule of Law and Access to Justice Working Group for the U.N. Commission for the Legal Empowerment of the Poor. In 2006, she received the Outstanding Barrister of the Year Award from the Bar Association of San Francisco. Dolly is a member of the California Bar, the National Association for Legal Placement, and the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals.

  • BA, University of Hawaii
  • JD, University of San Francisco
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