2020-2022 ADVISORY BOARD
Christyn Richardson is an Associate Attorney at the San Francisco Bay Area Office of Michael Sullivan & Associates LLP. Christyn graduated from UC Riverside in 2011, where she was a member of the Chancellor’s List and the Dean’s List, and served as a mentor for 'Reach Out!', a community-strengthening organization. She graduated from the University of California- Irvine School of Law with a Juris Doctor in 2016. She was a Dean’s Merit Scholar and received the Dean’s Award in Spring 2016.
During her time at UCI Law, Christyn volunteered with the Orange County ACLU’s Gang Injunction Project, the Orange County Public Defender, and the A New Way of Life and Clean Slate Expungement Clinics. She was also a member of UCI Law’s Immigrant Rights Clinic, where she represented clients in bond hearings and worked on the Clinic’s Gang Injunction Project.
Christyn was very active in NBLSA while in law school. She served as the 2014-2015 UC Irvine BLSA Co-Chair, 2014-2015 Southern California Sub-Regional Director, and as the 2015-2016 Western Regional Chair. Since graduating in 2016, Christyn has maintained a strong connection with WRBLSA. She received the WRBLSA Alumni of the Year Award in 2018. She also served as a member of the Inaugural WRLBSA Advisory Board from 2018-2020. Christyn looks forward to another term advising, supporting, and advocating for WRBLSA.
Erin McIntire is a Senior Civil Rights Attorney/Investigator with the Seattle Office for Civil Rights, a civil rights agency that works to advance civil rights and end barriers to racial equity in Seattle, Washington. The Seattle Office for Civil Rights vision is a city of liberated people where communities historically impacted by racism, oppression, and colonization hold power and thrive. Its mission is to end structural racism and discrimination through accountable community relationships and anti-racist organizing, policy development, and civil rights enforcement. Erin graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Arts in Professional Strategic Communications & Public Relations from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in 2012. She graduated with a Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law in May 2015.
Erin is passionate about advancing the civil and human rights of black and brown people in all aspects of life, both locally and globally. While in law school, she explored these passions by working as a Legal Fellow with the Congressional Black Caucus in 2013, completing international legal research and an internship with Landesa's Center for Women's Land Rights/LandWise, and interning with the Alaska Immigration Justice Project in 2014 to assist black immigrants with adjusting their U-Visa immigration status. Erin was also a Fellow with the Center for Global Justice where she researched and wrote about issues pertaining to police misconduct and brutality. She was also a member of SU Law's International Human Rights Law Clinic where she drafted a thematic report with other law students for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights with a team of law students that covered the status of judicial independence in Nicaragua. Erin graduated with distinction and recognition from the Access to Justice Institute for completing over 250 hours of pro bono legal work as a Pro Bono Pledge Program participant. She received awards in leadership and service from her local BLSA chapter and was published in the Seattle Journal for Environmental Law.
Erin was very active in NBLSA, WRBLSA, and her local BLSA chapter while in law school. She served as the 2013-2014 WRBLSA Director of Membership and as the 2014-2015 WRBLSA Regional Chair, where she primarily focused on rebuilding and rebranding the Region, developing annual themed programming, and setting up future WRBLSA leadership for success in leading the organization. She played an active mentorship role for WRBLSA from 2014-2016 and served on the board of the Loren Miller Bar Association from 2016-2017. Erin is excited to serve on WRBLSA's Advisory Board and to support the needs of black law students in WRBLSA.
Caleb Green is an associate in the Dickinson Wright Las Vegas office. He earned his Juris Doctorate with a concentration in Intellectual Property from the William S. Boyd School of Law in Las Vegas, Nevada.
His primary areas of practice include intellectual property, government affairs, immigration, and cyber-security and data protection matters. Namely, Caleb’s experience revolves around trademark and copyright prosecution, trademark and copyright litigation and enforcement, deportation defense, employment immigration, government affairs, and business matters. Prior to law school, Caleb earned his Bachelor’s degree in computer science and worked as an information technology professional and network engineer for the Office of Information Technology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.