Erin is a partner at Didriksen, Saucier, Woods and Pichon. She joined the firm in 2012 and became a partner in 2013. Erin obtained her Juris Doctorate Summa Cum Laude from Tulane Law School in 2002 where she was a member of the Tulane Law Review and the Order of the Coif. Before that, she received her B.A. in Political Science from Emory University in Atlanta in 1998 and graduated from the Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans.
Erin Bruce Saucier
Erin is a seasoned civil litigator representing companies and individuals with in-depth knowledge in the following practice areas: international and domestic insurance disputes, first and third-party property claims, subrogation prosecution, environmental torts, class actions, construction and design defects and personal injury claims arising out of construction, industrial, highway, automotive and heavy machinery accidents. Erin’s diverse legal background has made her an expert at case evaluation, complex litigation, drafting, negotiations and settling disputes, in and out of court. Erin also has an active Louisiana appellate practice.
Erin previously worked as the director of a local non-profit organization which helped to rebuild the local community after Hurricane Katrina wherein she supervised housing and major construction projects.
Erin began her legal career as an associate in the Business Group of Phelps Dunbar where she helped negotiate large transactions and close a variety of banking transactions, including complex loan agreements, nation-wide asset purchases and other security and property transactions. She began her estate planning and succession practice then.
Professional Associations & Memberships
Louisiana State Bar Association
Honors & Awards
2002 – Tulane University New Orleans, Louisiana – Civil Law Studies Award
2002 – Tulane University New Orleans, Louisiana – Law Review
2002 – Tulane University New Orleans, Louisiana – Order of the Coif
Publications, Speeches & Papers
Conflicting Protection: The Maritime Lien for Wages and Double Penalty Wages in Governor and Company of the Bank of Scotland v. Sabay – 75 Tulane Law Review 1809 (2001)