Erica Weinberger joined Stahl, Davis, Sewell, Chavarria & Friend, LLP in 2019 where she practices in the Commercial Real Estate, Renewable Energy and Environmental, and Corporate Law groups. Erica has an extensive background in commercial leasing, and has represented both landlords and tenants in the retail and office context, including a clientele ranging from a Fortune 500 company to local bar owners, and startup tech companies. Erica represents buyers and sellers in real property transactions from contract preparation, title and survey review, through closing. She also assists her clients with general business matters such as business formation and preparation of governing agreements, organizational structure and governance, asset purchases, and contracts. Erica advises clients developing and operating wind and solar projects throughout the United States by drafting and negotiating land control documents, guiding projects through title and survey review, and assisting in other transactional matters related to project development.
After earning a degree in Government from the University of Texas in 2009, where she was named a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Erica attended law school at Georgetown University in Washington D.C., receiving a J.D. in 2014. While in law school, Erica was a Senior Editor of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review, and was a member of the Institute of Public Representation Legal Clinic’s Environmental Division, where she wrote extensively on the National Environmental Policy Act. She also interned for the Judge Michael Keasler on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Currently, Erica serves as a Board Member for Alpha Epsilon Phi Omega Chapter and is a member of CREW Austin, and WRISE.