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Attorney Barry M. Packin is an attorney and partner at Seigel Law in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Mr. Packin has several decades of experience in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury and products liability law. He represents clients throughout northern New Jersey in the counties of Bergen, Hudson and Passaic counties.
Admitted to practice law in New Jersey since 1977, Mr. Packin is also licensed before the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. He graduated with honors from The George Washington University and earned his law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.
Mr. Packin has been involved in many significant cases that have resulted in million and multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts. Some of his cases have appeared in publications, including the New Jersey Jury Verdict Review & Analysis and the New Jersey Law Journal.
Over his years in practice, Mr. Packin has been actively involved in his legal community. He has presented to various groups and has been featured on television programs to speak about legal issues. He has also been involved in moot court programs and mock trial competitions, and was a master in The Arthur T. Vanderbilt American Inn of Court.
Professional groups Mr. Packin is an active member of include the Essex County Bar Association, the Morris County Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the New Jersey Association for Justice. His prior involvement in these groups has included serving as chair of the Essex County Bar Association’s speakers bureau and joint medical-legal committee.
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Last Updated: 4/18/2017