“My interests in renewable energy and its potential to positively impact the environment motivated me to attend law school, and the fact that I get to work with like-minded clients and colleagues every day to push these priorities forward is fulfilling and rewarding.“
Erica Sieg is an associate in GreeneHurlocker’s Richmond, Virginia office, and her practice focuses on transactional matters for the firm’s renewable energy clients. She also has significant litigation experience, and helps clients enforce their rights and defend against claims in business disputes.
Erica joined GreeneHurlocker after gaining practical and meaningful experience as an associate at a boutique transactional law firm, an assistant commonwealth attorney, and an attorney handling criminal appeals for the Virginia Office of the Attorney General. She also worked in general advocacy for the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers association.
Erica earned her law degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law where she served as editor in chief of Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice and lead articles editor of the German Law Journal. She also worked as a law clerk for a Virginia judge while in law school.
In her free time, Eric enjoys yoga, spending time with family (including her rescue dogs), exploring Richmond’s vibrant food scene.
Washington and Lee University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2018
Editor in Chief of the Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice
Lead Articles Editor of the German Law Journal
Gettysburg College, BA, Political Science and Government and Religious Studies