Erin Devereaux is an assistant vice president and assistant general counsel in the Legal department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. She provides expertise in numerous areas, including employment law, immigration, and leasing. She is also an ethics officer for the Bank. She advises on matters related to the code of conduct and serves as a member of the Insider Risk core team.
Erin joined the Bank as an assistant legal counsel in 2015, she was promoted to associate counsel in 2017, and then to counsel in 2019. She has held a number of Federal Reserve System roles and is currently serving as the legal liaison to the Federal Reserve’s Security Task Force, which she advises on issues affecting the Federal Reserve’s law enforcement. Previously, she served as the Federal Reserve’s legal liaison to the Office of Women and Minority and Inclusion Council. Erin is also an active member and former chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group.
Prior to joining the Bank, Erin worked as an attorney and advisor for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board and as a law clerk for the Marine Corps.
She received her bachelor’s from Brandeis University and her law degree from Georgetown.
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
B.A., Brandeis University