Location: Atlantic City, New Jersey
Erika-Leigh Kelley is a Partner in the firm. Erika practices in the Commercial Litigation Group of Cooper Levenson on a wide array of matters including business, real property and franchise disputes. The special emphasis of Erika’s practice is on probate matters, including trust administration disputes, guardianship work and will contests.
Recognized by her peers as an outstanding attorney, Erika was named as to the New Jersey Super Lawyer* list as a Rising Star in 2014. Erika has been the presenter at CLE seminars covering Guardianship Law as well as contested probate matters.
- Solicitor, Cape May County Chamber of Commerce
- Member of the Atlantic and Cape May County Bar Associations
- Former Member, District I Ethics Committee (2014-2018)
- Member, Ursinus College Law Alumni Group
- President, Upper Township Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
A graduate of Ursinus College and Rutgers University School of Law – Camden, Erika is an Atlantic County native, but a Cape May County transplant of ten years. She served as an intern to the Honorable Mary Eva Cololillo, Camden County Superior Court while attending law school and later served as a law clerk to the Honorable George L. Seltzer, Presiding Judge of the Chancery Division – Atlantic and Cape May counties.
Erika was admitted to the bar in New Jersey and the United States District Court of New Jersey in 2000.
*Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, selects attorneys for their “Super Lawyers” and “Rising Stars” list using “a patented multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with independent research.” Read more