Erica Lybrand concentrates her practice in the area of financial services litigation, with particular emphasis on litigation involving real estate and title defects. Her primary focus is title curative litigation including quiet title actions, easement/access suits and lien resolution.
She is a graduate of Florida State University School of Law, with honors, where she earned the Distinguished Pro Bono Award and received an award for Legal Research and Writing. Since her admission to practice law, she has been practicing in the real estate and financial services area.
Florida State University College of Law – J.D., with honors, 2009
Book Award: Legal Research and Writing I
Distinguished Pro Bono Award
Newberry College – B.A., Political Science, summa cum laude, 2006
Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Fraternity
South Carolina Women Lawyers’ Association
Richland County Bar Association
Palmetto Land Title Association
ALTA Title Counsel Group
Leadership Columbia Alumni Association
The Matrix Decision and Its Effect on Equitable Remedies
Published in the South Carolina Young Lawyer, December 2011
Co-Authored with Kevin T. Hardy
Leadership Columbia, Class of 2014
SC Bar Cinderella Project, Statewide Chair 2016-2017
South Carolina Bar Law Related Education Committee
South Carolina Bar, Future of the Profession Committee
Lutheran Retreat Centers Board of Trustees
Community Volunteer, Lexington School District 4
Main Street Rotary Club
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