Erica R. Del Valle
Associate, Litigation Group
I treat my clients like family, with respect and dignity while offering guidance and support throughout the transaction. This approach to real estate allows me the opportunity to create a smooth and rewarding transactional experience for everyone involved.
- Business/Corporate Law
- State of New Jersey
- State of New York (Admission Pending)
Career & Education
- 2022-Present – Associate Attorney, Litigation Group
- 2020-2021 – Lead Judicial Law Clerk to The Honorable Judge Hall-Johnson, Prince George’s County District Court, 5th District, Maryland
- 2019-2020 – Judicial Law Clerk to The Honorable Judge Hall-Johnson, Prince George’s County District Court, 5th District, Maryland
- 2014, B.A., Political Science, Stony Brook University
- 2019, J.D., The George Washington University Law School
- 2015, M.A., Public Policy, Stony Brook University
Erica R. Del Valle is an Associate Attorney in the Litigation Group, where her practice focuses mainly on complex commercial litigation and business transactions. She also serves on the firm’s Marketing Committee.
Erica is a graduate of The George Washington University Law School (J.D. 2019). While in law school, Erica interned for The Honorable Judge Gerald Fisher at the Superior Court of the District of Colombia in the probate and tax division. Erica also worked at Fahrenholz & Horrell, LLP, where she drafted show cause motions, orders, petitions and memoranda concerning the sale of real property.
Before joining FSKS in 2022, Erica served as the Lead Judicial Law Clerk for The Honorable Judge Hall-Johnson in Prince George’s County District Court, 5th District, Maryland. In that position, Erica regularly advised judges regarding a wide variety of trial and motion decisions, and worked with them in drafting their decisions. Throughout her clerkships, Erica extensively researched and drafted legal memoranda for the judges concerning a broad range of issues, including landlord tenant disputes, domestic violence matters, and contract disputes. Erica also tracked Maryland legislation to determine its impact on the Maryland judiciary.