Erin Rodgers has been practicing entertainment and nonprofit law in the Houston area since 2007. Erin holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Business from Loyola University New Orleans, and a J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center. She has spoken at many entertainment industry events, and teaches copyright and business courses at the Art Institute of Houston. She has served on the Texas Entertainment and Sports Law Council, and is a member of NARAS.

In addition to practicing law, Erin is a classically trained clarinetist, and also plays the piano, accordion, and guitar. Erin has performed as a vocalist with Dave Brubeck and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, and currently performs with Houston indie rock bands The Wheel Workers and Glass the Sky, as well as with several other groups.

Erin has organized and successfully obtained tax exempt status for a variety of nonprofit organizations, including groups focused on the arts, education, environmental protection, and foreign aid, as well as scholarship organizations. Erin realized early in life that her strengths lie in supporting others in achieving their goals. Her passion for her work is evident in the fact that she participates in and supports the activities of nonprofit organizations outside of the office, and takes a genuine interest in her clients’ projects.

Erin Rodgers - Attorney

University of Houston Law Center

Loyola University New Orleans
B.M., Music Business


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