Eric Reid represents clients through the full cycle of litigation, from discovery and motion practice to trials and appeals.
Before joining the firm, Eric served as a Deputy Attorney General at the Office of the Attorney General, Division of Law and Public Safety, in Trenton, New Jersey. In that capacity, he litigated a variety of matters, including successfully arguing cases before the New Jersey Superior Court, the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, as well as successfully trying matters before the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law. He also successfully conducted motion practice before the New Jersey Superior Court, Law Division, the New Jersey Supreme Court, and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.
In addition, Eric researched and wrote bill comments for the New Jersey Legislature and represented county boards of election and superintendents of election in a range of matters, both in motion practice and at trial. During primary and general elections, he also oversaw counties for potential election issues.
Immediately after earning his law degree, Eric completed a judicial law clerkship at the Chancery Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey under the Honorable Arthur Bergman, J.S.C. While in law school, he completed a judicial externship at the City of Alexandria Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court and served as a graduate research fellow.
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While earning his degree in law, Eric was a research assistant and clinic student at the Lewis B. Puller, Jr., Veterans Benefits Clinic.