Drew Burach Honored as a Man of the Year by the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs Middle Atlantic Region

Archer partner Drew A. Burach was recently honored as a Man of the Year by the Middle Atlantic Region of the Federation of Jewish Men’s Club. Drew was honored at the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs Middle Atlantic Region Man of the Year/Youth of the Year Event on March 27. Every year, clubs within the region nominate men who have distinguished themselves and brought great honor to their respective Men’s Club, synagogue, or community, through their efforts and dedicated service.

Temple Beth Sholom (TBS) in Cherry Hill, NJ named Drew their Man of the Year. Drew recently served a term as President of the Temple’s Men’s Club. He also served as Vice President and Treasurer of the Men’s Club. Drew was recognized as a Man of the Year for being a natural connector of people and leader. While President of the Temple’s Men’s Club, Drew remained committed to providing social, educational, and spiritual services for the men of TBS throughout his term regardless of the challenges presented by COVID-19. Drew is currently Vice President of the Temple’s Executive Committee, as well as a member of the Board of Directors.

Drew is a partner in Archer’s Family and Matrimonial Law Group and has extensive trial, mediation, and settlement experience practicing throughout New Jersey. Drew represents clients in all aspects of divorce, custody, parenting time, child support, relocation, adoption, and domestic violence litigation.

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