Evan was an adjunct professor at American University Law School in 1999 teaching Estate Planning. He served as an adjunct professor at Montgomery College for seven years. Evan served as co-chair of the Estates, Trusts and Probate Section of the District of Columbia Bar in 1999 and 2000. Under his leadership, the Section was granted the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Project of the Year (2000).
Evan is an active member of the Washington, D.C. Estate Planning Council and served on the Advisory Board for Legal Counsel for the Elderly. He has been an expert witness on probate matters. Evan taught estate planning at American University Law School. He has appeared on the national radio show “Parents’ Perspectives” and on the television program “Law School for the Public”. Articles written by Evan have appeared in EQUITY e-newsletter online, the Legal Times and the Gazette Newspapers. He has spoken often on the topic of “end of life decision making”. Evan has addressed a variety of national and local groups on topics of estate planning, planning for persons with disabilities, trust drafting and trust administration.
Evan has lectured on estates and trusts and related topics to such groups as the District of Columbia Trial Lawyers Association, the Estates, Trusts and Probate Section of the D.C. Bar, at Suburban Hospital, to the staff of U.S. Trust Company in New York, the Organization of Bar Investigators and the public.
Evan serves on the Advisory Board of Capital Bank, NA. Evan’s current community leadership roles include serving as President of Shared Horizons, Inc., providing trust services to persons with disabilities. He is a board member of the National Disabilities Institute and an officer of the American Friends of the Anne Frank House.