Erica B. Zilber is an associate in the Long Island office. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Stony Brook University in early 2016, and her Juris Doctorate from St. John’s University School of Law in 2020. While at St. John’s, Ms. Zilber finished each year on the Dean’s List and was a recipient of the Manuel and Dolores Alonso Scholarship. During her 2L and 3L years, Ms. Zilber served as a teaching assistant for the 1L Criminal Law course, as a research assistant for the Mattone Institute of Real Estate and as a research assistant for the late professor, Vincent DiLorenzo, on matters relating to co-ops, condominiums and homeowner’s associations, as well as fintech lending.
While pursuing her legal education at St. John’s Law, Ms. Zilber worked at the Child Advocacy Clinic to represent children in both immigration and family matters. Ms. Zilber also interned at Mental Hygiene Legal Service where she assisted with guardianship matters and in representing psychiatric patients in hospitals throughout Queens County. Ms. Zilber also had the opportunity to serve on the Dean’s Diversity Counsel, and participated in a Study Abroad Semester in Rome. Prior to attending St. John’s Law, Ms. Zilber worked for an independent attorney, where she gained experience with criminal and immigration law. Ms. Zilber is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.