Eric Charity focuses his practice in the area of real estate, finance, and capital markets.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Charity worked as an associate in the Multifamily Housing Finance practice of an international law firm in its Richmond, Virginia office. Additionally, Mr. Charity has experience in seniors housing, manufactured housing, conventional multifamily housing and affordable housing loan originations, and loan servicing transactions.
While attending law school, Mr. Charity worked as a summer associate in the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry in Richmond, Virginia and clerked for the Honorable C. N. Jenkins Jr. in the Richmond Circuit Court. He also served as a member of the Journal of Women and the Law.
The College of William and Mary, J.D. (2013)
The Pennsylvania State University, B.A., International Politics, Minor in Spanish (2010)
Richmond Circuit Court - Honorable C. N. Jenkins (May-Jul 2011)
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, Mentor
Young Leaders Council of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta (BBBSMA), Member
William and Mary Law School Co-Counsel Program, Mentor
Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Member
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