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Bar News - June 23, 2006


Bar Foundation News: Bar Foundation Board Welcomes New Members

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The New Hampshire Bar Foundation welcomes a new slate of officers and five new members to its board of directors this month.


The officers include Russell F. Hilliard, of Upton & Hatfield in Concord, chair; Hon. Philip S. Hollman, retired superior court associate justice, vice-chair; Ruth Ansell, of Ansell & Anderson, treasurer; and Nina C. Gardner, executive director of the NH Judicial Council, secretary. Incoming board members include:


Bonnie Boulanger

Bonnie J. Boulanger, associate of Hatem & Donovan, Salem, serves on the Law-Related Education Committee and regularly volunteers for NHBA and NHBF-sponsored programs—such as Mock Trial, We the People, and the Pro Bono Program, and also serves on several national and local boards.

Wilbur (Bill) Glahn, partner and chair of the Business Litigation Group at McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Manchester, is a former  N.H. Assistant Attorney General and was Chief of the Civil Division. He is chair of the NHBA Business Litigation Section and a NHBF Life Fellow. He is also involved with the New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association; Federal Court Advisory Committee, United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire and Local Rules Advisory Committee, United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire.

Bill Glahn
 Douglas Hill

Douglas P. Hill, partner at Nungesser & Hill, Meredith, served as Law Clerk to Justice Lawrence I. Duncan at the N.H. Supreme Court and later was a managing attorney for NH Legal Assistance. He served on the IOLTA Grants Committee for three terms, is past president of N.H. Legal Assistance and is currently a member of the NHLA and LARC boards.

 

Kathleen M. Robinson, partner at Robinson, Boesch, Sennott & Aeschliman, Portsmouth, is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), prior co-author of “New Hampshire Probate Law and Procedure,” and past chair of the NHBA Elder Law Section.

Kathleen Robinson
Lisa Wellman-Ally

Lisa A. Wellman-Ally, in private practice in Claremont, served two years as the Sullivan County Governor to the NHBA and will serve over the next three years as a governor-at-large. She is a member of the New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association, New Hampshire Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the American Bar Association.

 

Current board members, whose terms continue, include: John B. Andrews; Ellen L. Arnold; Eleanor Wm. Dahar; Robert R. Howard; Celia K. Leonard; Richard B. McNamara; Jeffery B. Savage; Racheal L. Stuart; James J. Tenn; Jr.; Richard Y. Uchida; and Lawrence A. Vogelman. Hon. James E. Duggan continues as Court Liaison. 

 

The NH Bar Foundation has invested more than $20 million of philanthropic funds in the state since 1977 through grants to organizations that serve New Hampshire’s most vulnerable populations.

 

 

Supreme Court Rule 42(9) requires all NH admitted attorneys to notify the Bar Association of any address change, home or office.

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