Getting her start in the trenches as a legal aid attorney, Erika has years of experience in seeking justice for employees and consumers against unfair practices. She has fought off debt collectors, obtained justice for wrongfully terminated employees, and untangled thorny credit reporting issues. She has taken on local government for refusing proper restroom access to transgender people. In 2015, she even had a federal court declare a state's garnishment statute unconstitutional for violating the rights of low-income debtors.
Whether your case is just starting, or whether you are up on appeal, Erika has the experience and passion to fight for the justice you deserve.
Outside the courtroom, Erika enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. She lives with her wife and two children in San Francisco.
J.D., Northeastern University
Boston, MA - 2009
B.B.A., Southern Methodist University
Dallas, TX - 2002
National Association of Consumer Advocates
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys