Eric Irons was born and raised in the Detroit metropolitan area before moving to the New York Tri-State Area for high school, college and graduate school. He earned his Juris Doctor with honors from Georgetown University Law Center after obtaining a B.A. in law in Lakewood, New Jersey. Prior to attending law school, Eric spent several years in the healthcare and commercial mortgage industries. During law school, along with tutoring dozens of students for the LSAT exams after earning a near-perfect score on that exam (99.6th percentile), Eric gained experience through internships with the Securities Exchange Commission, or the S.E.C. and the United States District Court. Eric also worked as a law clerk at a real estate law firm in Washington D.C. Upon graduating law school and passing the New York State Bar Exam, Eric worked for Duval & Stachenfeld LLP. While at D&S, Eric was the lead associate on a host of 9 figure transactions, as a representative of the second largest sovereign wealth fund in the world, as well as a few of the top 20 private equity funds in the world.
Since relocating to South Florida, Eric founded the Irons Law Group, P.A. which focused on real estate law, corporate law, civil litigation, and collections, prior to joining the team at EY Lawyers as a Partner.
Eric is currently admitted to the bar in the State of Florida and the Federal Bar for the Southern District of Florida. He is a member of the Florida Bar Association, Broward Bar Association, Miami-Dade Bar Association and American Bar Associations.