Bar News - October 17, 2008
Lawyers in the News
|Michael J. Quinn
Michael J. Quinn, Secretary of Wetlands Partnership
Michael J. Quinn, managing director of McLane, Graf & Raulersonís Portsmouth office, was recently appointed secretary to the NH Corporate Wetlands Restoration Partnership, a local program affiliated with the Coastal America Foundation, committed to protecting, preserving and restoring Americaís coastal heritage.
|Bradford E. Cook
Bradford E. Cook, Chair of Governorís Commission
Bradford E. Cook, a shareholder at Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green, was appointed chairman of the Governorís Commission to Explore Feasibility of Public Funding of State Election Campaigns. The commission will consider the public funding options of certain campaigns in New Hampshire.
|Kristin A. Mendoza
Kristin A. Mendoza, Leadership Greater Nashua
Kristin A. Mendoza, an associate at Devine Millimet, was recently selected to participate in the 2008-2009 Leadership Greater Nashua Program, a community program which identifies 25 emerging community leaders and provides them the opportunity to meet key decision makers, exchange ideas, and raise awareness of the civic environment.
Corey MacDonald, Now Lieutenant at Portsmouth PD
Corey MacDonald, a Bar member and member of the Portsmouth Police Department, was recently promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Previously the Portsmouth Police Departmentís prosecutor, MacDonald will now become a supervisor in the patrol division. MacDonald joined the NH Bar in 2006.
|Sandra K. Mann
Sandra K. Mann, Leadership Greater Manchester
Sandra K. Mann, an associate with Devine Millimet, was recently selected to participate in the Leadership Greater Manchester Class of 2009. Leadership Greater Manchester strives to cultivate leadership resources within the greater Manchester community by giving potential leaders a well-rounded, in-depth look at issues facing the region and the opporunities that exist.
Edward Stewart, College of Workersí Comp Lawyers
Edward Stewart of Stewart & Murphy in Manchester was recently inducted as a fellow in the College of Workersí Compensation Lawyers. The college was founded with the support of the ABA to recognize those attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice in the field of workersí compensation for at least 20 years.
|Karen S. McGinley
Karen S. McGinley, SNH Planning Commission
Karen S. McGinley of Devine Millimet was recently named by the Town of Bedford Council as a member of the board of commissioners of the southern New Hampshire Planning Commission, where she will work with other commissioners on land use and transportation planning issues affecting the people and communities of southern New Hampshire.
|Mae C. Bradshaw
Mae C. Bradshaw, President of Exeter Rotary Club
Mae C. Bradshaw, a solo practitioner in Exeter, was recently elected president of the Exeter Area Rotary Club. Bradshaw has previously held numerous positions within the Rotary Club and in 2004 was awarded with the Paul Harris Fellowship of Rotary International. Her practice includes estate planning and asset protection for small business and individuals. She is licensed to practice in NH, MA, ME and FL.