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Erin Burrows England

Erin Burrows England



  • Corporate
  • Finance
  • Fund Finance
  • Lender Representation

WSG Practice Industries


Erin England represents some of the world’s largest organizations in connection with structuring and negotiating domestic and international complex commercial transactions.

Erin’s practice focuses on credit facilities to private equity funds secured by the capital commitments of fund investors, mergers and acquisitions financing, general corporate matters, and a variety of real estate transactions, including construction loans and leasing matters.

A devoted advocate to diversity in the legal community, Erin is the co-chair of the Haynes and Boone Women’s Initiatives Committee and serves on the Board of Directors of the Dallas Women Lawyers Association. Erin is also on the Board of her local YMCA and is an active member of the Leadership Dallas Alumni Association.

Bar Admissions

Texas, 2008


J.D., Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, 2008
B.B.A., Texas A&M University, 2003
Areas of Practice

Corporate | Finance | Fund Finance | Lender Representation | Real Estate Finance | Supply Chain Management

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Representing individual lenders and multi-jurisdictional bank syndicates in connection with the structuring and negotiating of credit facilities to private equity funds, real estate development companies, and real estate investment trusts (REITs), secured by the capital commitments of fund investors.

Representing lenders in connection with construction loans and permanent real-estate secured loans involving virtually every type of property use – raw land acquisition, industrial properties, hotels, and office and retail space.

Representing private equity funds in connection with the acquisition of companies across a wide range of industries.

Representing lenders and borrowers in connection with acquisition loans spanning a diverse array of industries, typically involving complex intercreditor relationships such as subordinated and mezzanine financing.

Assisting financial institutions in complying with state and federal banking regulations.

Fund Finance Global Legal Insights 2017 Released, Haynes and Boone Authors Investor Issues Chapter
Haynes and Boone, LLP, March 2017

We are pleased to inform you that Ellen McGinnis and Erin England have co-authored a chapter in a book recently published in connection with the Fund Finance Association’s 2017 Global Fund Finance Symposium. Their chapter in the Global Legal Insights publication is titled “Historical Perspective and Evolution of Investor Issues in Subscription Financing – From Credit Analysis to Enforcement...

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