Alicia N. Ritchie represents manufacturers, retailers, and other corporate clients in a variety of litigation matters. Alicia is a trial, appellate, and regulatory lawyer who has experience in products liability and mass tort litigation matters involving multiple parties, multiple claims, and the allocation of liability among related corporate entities, including claims arising from occupational exposures and other allegedly hazardous substances. Alicia also handles insurance coverage disputes, commercial disputes, and premises liability cases locally and nationally. Alicia also routinely represents clients in regulatory matters before the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Prior to joining Miles & Stockbridge, Alicia served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Robert M. Bell, Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals of Maryland. While studying at the University of Baltimore School of Law, Alicia served as a Teaching Assistant for the Legal Skills Writing Program. In addition, Alicia was a Litigation Fellow for the Snyder Center for Litigation.
Alliance of Black Women Attorneys of Maryland
American Bar Association: Vice-Chair Appellate Advocacy Committee; Vice-Chair Diversity in the Profession Standing Committee; Vice-Chair Products Liability Committee; Vice-Chair Trial Techniques Committee; TIPS Leadership Academy (2014-2015); TIPS Leadership Academy Taskforce (2015-2016)
Coppin State University Development Foundation: Vice-Chair; Chair Governance Committee
Defense Research Institute
Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence Advisory Board: Member
Lawyers' Campaign for the CollegeBound Foundation: Member and Dean
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Fellowship Program (2015)
Maryland Defense Counsel
Maryland State Bar Association
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland: Distinguished Women Award (2018)
Maryland Super Lawyers® - Rising Stars Edition: Selected for inclusion in the area of Business Litigation (2012-2014); Class Action/Mass Torts (2014-2016)
The Daily Record: Leading Women (2016); Maryland’s Top 100 Women (2018)