Erin McCluan, Esq.
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Erin is a registered nurse and graduate of Duquesne University School of Law where she served as an associate editor for the Duquesne Law Review. Erin was also a member of the Health Law Society and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. Erin’s published work focuses on preserving access to essential medicines for people with disabilities in the pandemic era. She was invited to discuss her research at the American Association of Nurse Attorneys’ Annual 2021 Conference. Erin also earned CALI awards for receiving the highest grades in Civil Procedure I and II, Torts II, and Professional Responsibility. She was a recipient of the Distinguished Student Award for the evening division class of 2022.
Throughout law school, Erin gained experience with organizations committed to disability rights, including Disability Rights Pennsylvania and Northwestern Legal Services. It was through her engagement with disabled clients that Erin found her niche in the law. As someone who lives with a chronic illness, Erin understands the challenges our clients face in a profoundly personal way. She thoughtfully channels that experience into her legal advocacy work to deliver comprehensive and compassionate representation.
Pennsylvania – 2022
Duquesne University School of Law, J.D. – 2022
Ohio University School of Nursing, B.S., magna cum laude – 2017
Mercy Hospital School of Nursing – 2014
The American Association of Nurse Attorneys
The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses
Pennsylvania Nurses Association
Society of Pediatric Nurses
50-State Network Patient Advocacy Team
The American Association of Nurse Attorneys Annual Conference, 2021
Erin McCluan, “Thank You for Your Sacrifice”: Off-Label Drug Regulation Strategies After the Misuse of Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19, 60 Duq. L. Rev. 73 (2022).
Jane C. Moriarty and Erin McCluan, Foreword to the Symposium, The Death of Eyewitness Testimony and the Rise of Machine, 60 Duq. L. Rev. 201 (2022).
Keith Shute, Phil Zarone, and Erin McCluan, Volume-Based Credentialing: Practical Steps to Promote High Quality, Safe Care, J. Hosp. Adm., Mar. 2022, at 1.