Fred J. Levin
For more than three decades, Fred J. Levin has been providing legal advice to business corporations, non-profit associations and corporations, partnerships and individuals. He has extensive experience in all phases of commercial practice and real estate, including financing, leasing and sale of office complexes, shopping centers and residential properties. Fred serves as counsel to numerous shopping centers, hotels and golf courses. Fred has also served as litigation counsel to his business clients in State and Federal Courts in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
While engaged in the private practice of law, Fred has also served in various public positions. From 1981-1996, he was the Judge of the Cherry Hill Municipal Court. In recognition for his tenure on the bench, Fred received a Commendation from the New Jersey Senate and the New Jersey General Assembly. Most notably, July 24, 1996 was proclaimed “Fred J. Levin Day” in the township of Cherry Hill in further recognition of his public service. He also served as the conflict judge for the City of Camden and Township of Pennsauken.
Prior to his tenure as Judge, he was the Municipal Prosecutor for the Township of Cherry Hill. Fred’s extensive background in municipal court law has also afforded him unique experience in the representation of clients on matters before the municipal courts of the State of New Jersey. Fred served on the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Municipal Courts. He has served as lecturer to groups of lawyers on municipal court practice and has discussed real estate law as a panelist on the television show Legal Line.
Fred J. Levin is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law-Camden. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court for New Jersey, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Fred is a member of the American Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Camden County Bar Association. He continues to serve his local community as an active member of the Garden State Rotary. Each year, Fred addresses students on law as a career at the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference.