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Tyler J. Hall

21 North Bridge Street
Somerville, New Jersey 8876


Tyler J. Hall is an associate who focuses exclusively on personal injury cases such as trucking litigation, automobile cases and premises liability. In 2016, Tyler received the Young Lawyer of the Year Award from the Middlesex County Bar Association. The award recognized his significant contributions to the Middlesex County Bar Association.

Tyler graduated in 2008 from The College of New Jersey with a B.A. in Political Science. As an undergraduate student, Tyler was a member of the varsity baseball team and was named Academic All-Conference. In 2011, Tyler earned his Juris Doctor with honors, Cum Laude, from Widener University School of Law, in Wilmington, Delaware. He graduated in the top 20% of his class. 

While at Widener Law, Tyler served as a senior staff member on the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law and was awarded the Herman V. Belk Memorial Award for his scholarly work submitted for admission to the Journal. He also served as an Academic Support Fellow, where he tutored his fellow law students.

Tyler is currently the Chair of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Middlesex County Bar Association. Through the Young Lawyer’s Division, Tyler coordinated the annual Brew Ho-Ho with the New Jersey State Bar and the New Jersey Defenders Association. In addition, he instituted an annular career workshop for the Middlesex County law clerks which focuses on resume building, the interview process and life as a first year associate. Tyler also spoke to prospective law students at Rutgers at an event entitled “So, You Want to be a Lawyer?” Additionally, the Young Lawyer’s Division has held multiple breakfast and lunch CLE seminars for newly admitted attorneys. During his time as Chair of the Young Lawyer’s Division, Tyler’s focus has been on assisting the law clerks and newly admitted attorneys in Middlesex in advancing their careers through both substantive seminars and the networking benefits provided by the Middlesex County Bar Association.  

Tyler is also a Trustee for the Middlesex County Bar Foundation. Tyler recently coordinated the Middlesex County Vincent J. Apruzzese High School Mock Trial Competition which was held this past January. The Competition featured 12 schools that competed over a three-night period. The trials were judged by volunteer members of the Middlesex County Bench and Bar.