Erin Ruble

Erin Ruble is a writer and lawyer. After completing law school at the University of Texas at Austin in 2003, she clerked for the Hon. William Wayne Justice and interned for the International Criminal Court for Rwanda, based in Arusha, Tanzania. She then moved to Vermont, where she engaged in general private practice for four years, handling cases ranging from environmental justice issues to family law. She currently focuses primarily on complex immigration matters.


Her law practice as well as her writing have been shaped by her deep interest in human rights and social justice, as well as curiosity as to the varieties and interactions of human culture. Her fiction writing explores the deep connection between culture, history, and the land, and investigates how meaning is ineluctably created by the physical landscape.


Erin has relished the chance to enter into Vermont’s rich community life, to participate in municipal and service organizations and to volunteer with a science and environmental program at the local elementary school. She lives in New Haven with her husband and their two small children, who help to manage a vegetable garden and a sometime population of chickens and sheep.

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