Tyler Newman received his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law, where he was a member of the Community & Transactional Lawyering Clinic. As a Clinical Student-Attorney, Mr. Newman represented allegedly-incapacitated persons in guardianship hearings before the New Jersey Superior Court, counseled start-up businesses and non-profits, and administered low-income decedents’ estates.
During law school, he worked in the Office of the New Jersey Coordinator of Addiction Response and Enforcement Strategies (NJCARES), within the Office of the Attorney General, working to combat the State’s ongoing opioid crisis. Mr. Newman’s private practice experience includes working in small firms that specialize in estate planning, estate litigation, business counseling, and criminal defense. He additionally served as a Congressional Intern under now-retired, U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.