Jamie Ehrlich is an attorney in Holland & Knight's Boston office and a member of the firm's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice. Ms. Ehrlich focuses her practice on general civil litigation and assists clients in all phases of the litigation process. She is also a member of the Media Practice Team.
Ms. Ehrlich has experience with government investigations, healthcare litigation, criminal defense and business disputes. She also has experience advising media organizations throughout the United States on First Amendment issues.
In addition to her legal practice, Ms. Ehrlich graduated from law school with a public interest designation, having completed more than 50 hours of pro bono service. During her year-long clinic work on behalf of the Boston College Innocence Program, Ms. Ehrlich represented multiple wrongfully incarcerated individuals, successfully assisting them in being granted new trials and exonerations.
While in law school, Ms. Ehrlich was a Public Interest Law Fellow with the Clough Center for Constitutional Democracy for her pro bono work on behalf of journalists with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. Ms. Ehrlich was the winner of the Wendell M. Grimes Moot Court Competition, where she successfully argued the unconstitutionality of an immigration statute. She was also a writer on the Uniform Commercial Code Reporter-Digest and the president of the American Constitution Society.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight as an attorney, Ms. Ehrlich was a summer associate in the firm's Boston office. She was also a judicial intern with the Honorable Kimberly Budd of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. Prior to law school, she served as an associate producer at CNN in Washington, D.C., covering the U.S. Supreme Court, politics and high-profile trials. Ms. Ehrlich graduated with honors from The University of Chicago, where she was also a commencement speaker.
- Boston College Law School, J.D.
- The University of Chicago, B.A., Political Science and Government, with honors
- Public Interest Designate, Boston College Law School, 2023
- Winner, 62nd Annual Wendell M. Grimes Moot Court Competition, 2022
- Rosenzweig Public Policy Scholar, The University of Chicago, 2018