Emily Clark is an associate with the firm's corporate and business law department. She advises community associations on day-to-day operations and transactional matters, including advising clients regarding governing document interpretation and enforcement, compliance with the Davis-Stirling Act, implementation of community operating rules and policies, contract negotiation, dispute resolution, elections and special assessment votes, governing document amendments and collections. She assists boards in handling parking and towing matters, rental and age restrictions, neighbor-to-neighbor disputes, and the implementation of new regulations such as "no smoking laws" and transient rental ordinances.
Ms. Clark contributes to the firm's newsletter, the Community Association ALERT, and produces Berding | Weil's Community Association Statute Book. She co-edited the 2016 Condominium Blue Book and contributed to the 2016 Community Association Law Seminar case law update. She is an adjunct professor at the John F. Kennedy College of Law, where she teaches first year legal writing.
Ms. Clark was selected as a Super Lawyers Northern California Rising Star in 2015.
Prior to joining Berding | Weil, Ms. Clark practiced at an east Contra Costa County firm specializing in workers' compensation litigation. While in law school she served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Timothy Reardon at the First District Court of Appeal.
Ms. Clark received her Juris Doctor from the John F. Kennedy College of Law, where she was a merit scholarship recipient. Ms. Clark graduated cum laude with her B.A. in European History from Boston University.