Bar News - June 23, 2006
Lawyers in the Community
||Damon Receives Athena Award
Claudia Damon, of the Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green law firm, has won the 2006 Athena Award from the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce. The Athena Award celebrates the potential of all women as valued members and leaders of the community and recognizes those who support them. Damon has been a member of the NH Bar since 1974.
|Steiner Completes Faculty Post
R. James Steiner, of D’Amante Couser Steiner Pellerin in Concord, has just returned from serving as an adjunct trial advocacy faculty member for the Widener Law School Intensive Trial Advocacy Program held on the campus of Widener Law School in Wilmington, Del. Steiner is the only New Hampshire representative of the 50-60 faculty members, and one of only four representatives from New England. He has volunteered every year since 1991 to teach trial advocacy techniques to 2nd and 3rd year law students. Steiner has been a member of the NH Bar since 1987.
Coolidge Appointed ABA Chair
Daniel S. Coolidge, intellectual property attorney at Coolidge & Graves of Keene, has been appointed Chair of the Intellectual Property Law Committee and Vice Chair of the Technology Committee of the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division of the American Bar Association. Coolidge has been a member of the NH Bar since 1982.
Cleveland, Waters and Bass Honored for Contribution
The Concord law firm of Cleveland Waters and Bass, Concord, was recently recognized by the Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) for its contribution to the Housing Futures Fund. The firm’s $9,000 contribution through CDFA’s tax credit program will support non-profit housing organizations throughout the state. The Housing Futures Fund, a program of CDFA, supports non-profit housing organizations throughout the state.