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Talk Back Galloway with Damon Tyner

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DAMON G. TYNER

 Damon Tyner is the youngest of ten children born to Henry “Hank” Tyner, a veteran Atlantic City police officer who rose to the rank of Inspector, and Beatrice Tyner, a homemaker who taught her children the importance of a good education.  He attended Atlantic City public schools and later graduated from Holy Spirit High School.  Damon would go on to receive a Bachelors of Science in Microbiology from Howard University and a Juris Doctorate from the Widener University School of Law.  Upon receiving his law degree, he returned to Atlantic County to begin his legal career, where he served as a law clerk in the Superior Court of New Jersey to the Hon. Albert J. Garafolo, P.J.Cr.

For approximately 15 years, Damon has engaged in the practice of law with a focus in the areas of education law, municipal law, real estate development, zoning and planning issues, and land use matters.  Damon currently serves as the solicitor to the Winslow Township Board of Education. He also serves as labor counsel to the City of Pleasantville Board of Education.  He formerly served as the city solicitor to the City of Somers Point from 2007 through 2009.

 Damon is recognized as a leader in the local community, as well as the legal community, for his service and professionalism.  In 2006, he was featured in Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in the legal community.  He was named to the 2004 New Jersey Law Journal "40 Under 40" list, honoring the top 40 attorneys to watch under the age of 40 in New Jersey, and in 2003, he was awarded the Hon. Benjamin A. Rimm Award, presented annually by the Atlantic County Bar Association to a young attorney committed to the legal profession and the community. For his service to the Atlantic County community,.

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