After graduating from law school, Ms. Ehrlich practiced as a criminal defense attorney in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area representing clients in many high profile cases. In the mid 1990's, she was invited to join Greta Van Susteren’s firm representing plaintiffs in mass tort litigation throughout the country. During her tenure at Coale & Van Susteren, Ms. Ehrlich brought suit against one of the country’s largest water heater manufacturers, a case featured on ABC’s Prime Time.
After relocating to Arizona, Ms. Ehrlich began representing community associations with the highly-regarded law firm of Ekmark & Ekmark, LLC in Scottsdale. She opened her own Tucson area practice devoted exclusively to condominium and homeowner association representation in 2004.
Ms. Ehrlich has served on the Board of Directors of the Southern Arizona Chapter of Community Associations Institute and is a featured speaker at many of its educational programs. In 2016, she drafted legislation which amended the Arizona Nonprofit Corporation Act to allow homeowner associations and other nonprofit corporations to use electronic voting systems.