Erin Miller Heins
Erin has a broad litigation practice, including commercial and construction matters for business clients, as well as family law and other litigation matters for individuals. She frequently handles appeals to the Vermont Supreme Court.
Erin joined Langrock Sperry & Wool in June of 2005. Previously, she was an associate in a large New York City law firm where she practiced commercial litigation with particular focus on antitrust and securities law matters. She is a co-author of the Vermont Chapter of Fifty State Construction Lien and Bond Law 2d. (Aspen Publishing 2000).
Erin grew up in Vermont and is happy to have returned home to live and practice law. She lives in Shelburne with her husband, also an attorney, and their two children. Erin has served on the Board of Trustees for the Pierson Library in Shelburne and as the regional chair of the Princeton University Alumni Schools Committee of Vermont, and currently serves on the Board of Hunger Free Vermont, and on the Vermont Judiciary’s Character and Fitness Committee. She is also a past President of the Chittenden County Bar Association.
University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D. 2001); Princeton University (A.B., cum laude, 1998)
Admitted to state and federal courts in Vermont and New York; U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Vermont Bar Association; Vermont Association for Justice; Leadership Champlain, Class of 2008
Erin has been recognized by New England Super Lawyers in the field of Business Litigation. She has also been annually recognized by The Best Lawyers in America®— the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession — for her work in Construction Litigation since 2018, and Commercial Litigation since 2020. Erin was named by Best Lawyers as Vermont’s “Lawyer of the Year” for Construction Litigation for 2024. Her numerable recognitions also include Vermont’s only state-wide business publication, Vermont Biz, which has repeatedly featured her in its yearly list of “Top Business Lawyers”.