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Eli L. Eytan Named Ocean County Trustee to New Jersey State Bar Association
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Toms River attorney and resident Eli L. Eytan was installed as Ocean County Trustee to the New Jersey State Bar Association at the organization’s Annual Meeting at Bally’s, Atlantic City on May 19. The 43-member Board of Trustees manage the affairs and property of the NJSBA.
An NJSBA member for 22 years, Eytan is a former chair of the association’s Appellate Practice Committee and Meetings, Arrangements and Program Committee. He also served as a member of the New Jersey Lawyer Magazine Editorial Board.
Eytan is Second Vice President of the Ocean County Bar Association and a member of the Ocean County Civil Practice Committee. A former chair of the county bar’s Unauthorized Practice of Law and Membership Committees, he also served as county Mock Trial coordinator.
A former member of the Supreme Court Civil Practice Committee and the District IIIA Ethics Committee, Eytan is a Past President of Ocean/Monmouth Legal Services and formerly served as a member of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation Law and Related Education Committee. He is a lecturer for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education and a contributor to West’s New Jersey Practice series.
Eytan also served as President of the Friends of the Brick Library, as Dover Township Environmental Commissioner, as Treasurer of the Solomon Schecter Academy, and as a board member of other community institutions.
Eytan is a general practitioner with a concentration in appellate practice at DeVincens & Associates in Toms River. He is a former Superior Court, Appellate Division staff attorney and an editor of the New Jersey Appellate Practice Handbook, 3rd Edition, with 17 reported opinions.
A graduate of Brooklyn College, City University of New York, Eytan received his law degree with honors from the National Law Center, George Washington University.
The New Jersey State Bar Association, incorporated in 1899, is dedicated to the continuing education of lawyers and the public, to reforming and improving the legal system and to aiding in the administration of justice.
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