Erica B. Zhang focuses her practice on federal and state litigation, including general commercial litigation and insurance defense litigation. Erica assists clients throughout the litigation process, including in mediation, arbitration, settlement negotiations and court. She also works with the firm's Firearms Practice Group and White Collar and Investigations Team.

Erica B. Zhang focuses her practice on federal and state litigation, including general commercial litigation and insurance defense litigation. Erica assists clients throughout the litigation process, including in mediation, arbitration, settlement negotiations and court.

As part of the firm’s White Collar and Investigations Team, she assists clients, including private and publicly traded companies, facing investigations by state and federal regulatory and enforcement agencies

In addition, Erica is a member of the Firearm Practice Group. She works with firearm manufacturers to draft and review product manuals to ensure that the manual contains important safety information and complies with state and federal law.

Erica also maintains an active pro bono practice. She represents individuals in tenant/landlord disputes; represents individuals seeking protective orders; and participates in the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society's No-Fault Divorce Project, which provides representation to low-income clients who have been separated from their spouse for at least two years, and in which there are no contested custody, support or property issues.

She received her Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the University of Michigan, where she was a member of Michigan Law Review. She was also co-president of the Asia Law Society and organized a symposium on corporate law in Asia, hosting presenters from seven different countries. 

Erica received her Bachelor of Arts degree, with high distinction, in history from the University of Virginia, where she received the Bernard Peyton Chamberlain Memorial Prize for the most outstanding thesis in early American history.