ER Law: Trial Attorneys | Family & Personal Injury | Greensboro, NC


Eric Richardson | Email Eric

Eric Richardson is the owner of ER Law, a boutique litigation firm that he started in 2018 to give North Carolina citizens greater access to the justice system. Since 2018 the firm has grown to add two associate attorneys and establish a prominent presence in Guilford and Rockingham Counties. Eric practices primarily Family Law and Personal Injury Law, and the firm also handles all level of Criminal Law matters. Since graduating from law school, Eric built his trial practice by handling a wide variety of cases before North Carolina District and Superior Courts, Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts, as well as the North Carolina Industrial Commission. Although Eric has represented a number of business interests and other entities during his legal career, he now focuses his practice on representing people who need assistance in maneuvering through the maze of civil litigation.

Born in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Eric graduated from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and government. He worked for two years as a Federal Budget Analyst in Bethesda, Maryland before attending law school. Eric graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law in 1996 where he was a member of the Editorial Board of the Wake Forest Law Review.

Eric is a member of the NC Bar Association, the NC Advocates for Justice, the American Association for Justice, and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates’ Forum. He is currently a Board Member for NC BarCares, serves on the Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Committee for the NC Bar Association, and is a Co-Regional Coordinator for the NC Mock Trial Program.

Eric is a former President of the Greensboro Bar Association, and he has served on the NC Bar Association’s Medico-Legal Committee, the NC Bar Association’s Family Law Section Committee, the NC Bar Association’s Insurance Law Committee, and as President of the Guilford County Family Law Section. He has also served as CLE co-chair for the Auto Torts section of the NC Advocates for Justice

He is a published author and contributes a significant amount of his time to community service, including past service as the General Chairman for the 2009 Wyndham Championship PGA tour event and 8 years coaching the East Forsyth High School trial team in the NC Mock Trial Competition. Eric has also been recognized in multiple years by the Greensboro Bar Association as a member of the Herb Falk Society.

Eric is certified to practice in the Western, Middle and Eastern Districts of North Carolina’s Federal Courts as well as the United States Supreme Court.

Molly Hilburn-Holte | Family & Personal Injury in North Carolina | ER Law: Trial Lawyers

Molly Hilburn-Holte | Email Molly

Prior to joining ER Law, Molly spent five years at the Guilford County Public Defender’s Office, where she represented individuals on a wide range of criminal cases, from DWI’s and district court criminal matters to serious felonies. Along with her significant trial and courtroom experience, she brings her commitment to supporting her clients as they navigate the justice system.

Molly grew up in Greenville, North Carolina, and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in International Studies. After graduating, she taught English in Mexico and volunteered as an AmeriCorps member in Durham, North Carolina serving the immigrant community. During this time, she developed a proficiency in the Spanish language. Molly earned her J.D. in 2014 from Campbell’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. While there, she was active in the trial advocacy program, and was admitted into the Order of the Barristers; obtained her Third Year Practice Certificate and represented clients in State and Federal Court; and authored a publication for the North Carolina Bar Association’s Education Section.

Molly is active in the Greensboro community. She is the Secretary of the Greensboro Bar Association and a member of the Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. She volunteers at Greensboro Urban Ministry, and has served as a volunteer judge for the Guilford County Teen Court Program.

Liz Williamson | ER Law: Trial Attorneys | Family & Personal Injury in North Carolina

Liz Williamson | Email Liz

Liz Williamson completed her undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she received a B.A. in History. In addition, she earned a professional certificate in Paralegal Studies from Duke University. Liz has been an NC State Bar Certified Paralegal and Notary Public since 2010.

Tania Cerna | Family & Personal Injury in North Carolina | ER Law: Trial Lawyers

Tania Cerna  | Email Tania

Tania Cerna is a paralegal supporting ER Law’s criminal law and family law practices. She grew up in Queens, New York and moved to High Point, North Carolina in 2017. From an early age, she knew she had a desire to work in law. In high school, she earned three awards as a member of the Mock Trial team during her sophomore and junior years. After high school, Tania obtained an associate degree in Paralegal Studies at Guilford Technical Community College. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her toddler and husband, listening to music, and painting.

Amanda Edwards | Family & Personal Injury in North Carolina | ER Law: Trial Attorneys

Amanda Edwards | Email Amanda

Amanda Edwards is originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina, but calls Greensboro home. Amanda attended Clemson University, receiving her B.A. in History, with a minor in Communications and Public History, graduating cum laude. She received her Masters in History with a concentration in Museum Studies from UNC-Greensboro, graduating cum laude. After working in museums and historic sites, Amanda transitioned to the legal field. She worked as an estates and trusts paralegal for several years before pursuing her J.D. at Elon University School of Law. She’s a current 2L at Elon Law, where she is a member of the Moot Court Board and Family Law Society. As an intern with ER Law, Amanda assists with guardianship, family law, domestic violence, and any other legal issue Eric and the team like to throw her way. When not working or studying, Amanda enjoys spending time with her husband, Preston, and her beloved dog, Chewy.