Areas of Practice
Gonzalez-Gunter v. Gunter, 1 CA-CV 19-0165 FC (App. 2020)
In re McQuillen v. Hufford, 249 Ariz. 69 (App. 2020)
Woyton v. Ward, 1 CA-CV 18-0677 FC (App. 2019)
Barron v. Barron, 246 Ariz. 449 (2019)
Buckholtz v. Buckholtz, 246 Ariz. 126 (App. 2019)
Berrier v. Rountree, 245 Ariz. 604 (App. 2018)
Amadore v. Lifgren, 245 Ariz. 509 (App. 2018)
Doty-Perez v. Doty-Perez, 245 Ariz. 229 (App. 2018)
Clark v. Kreamer, 243 Ariz. 272 (App. 2017)
Chapman v. Hopkins, 243 Ariz. 236 (App. 2017)
McLaughlin v. Jones, 243 Ariz. 29 (2017)
Turner v. Steiner, 242 Ariz. 494 (App. 2017)
J.D., cum laude with pro bono distinction, Arizona State University, 2015
B.S., summa cum laude, Political Science and Government, Arizona State University, 2011
Andrew Gould & Erica Leavitt, Arizona’s Duty Framework in Negligence Cases, 53 Ariz. St. L.J. 805 (2021).
Contributor to Thomson Reuters’ Arizona Legal Forms; Family Law, Fourth Edition (2020)
Litigating a Trial Case with an Eye Toward an Appeal – Tucson Defense Bar, 2019
Third Party, Grandparent, and Domestic Partner Family Law – MCBA CLE, 2019
State Bar of Arizona, Admitted 2016
Ninth Circuit, Admitted 2016
Erica Leavitt is a family law attorney with extensive experience at both the trial and appellate court levels.
Erica graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a degree in political science. She then attended the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where she graduated cum laude with pro bono distinction. After graduating law school, Erica clerked for the Honorable Judge Andrew Gould at the Arizona Court of Appeals. Since her clerkship, she has focused on Family law at both the trial and appellate levels. In addition to extensive trial court experience, she has also worked on numerous appeals in the Court of Appeals Division One and Two, the Arizona Supreme Court, and has helped draft a Petition for Review to the United States Supreme Court. She has also argued several cases at the Court of Appeals, Division One.