Adjunct Professor of Law
Eric G. Fikry is a New Jersey Superior Court Judge, serving in the Chancery Division, Family Part in the Burlington County Vicinage. He was appointed to the Superior Court in 2019.
Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge Fikry spent more than 20 years in private practice. Most recently, he was a partner in the Corporate Litigation practice group at Blank Rome LLP. Judge Fikry maintained a varied practice, frequently counseling clients in the areas of casino and online gaming law, licensing, and regulatory compliance. He represented owners and operators of gaming facilities, lenders, investment funds, corporate licensees, key employees, principals, vendors, and individuals in connection with licensing investigations as well as other regulatory and compliance issues. He has also handled a wide variety of complex commercial litigation matters for gaming and non-gaming industry clients. Judge Fikry represented several companies that were among the first to offer legal, online casino gaming within the United States, and to offer authorized sports wagering outside of Nevada.
Judge Fikry received a B.A. in economics and politics from New York University, and a J.D. from Rutgers School of Law, Camden.