Bar News - July 17, 2009
Lawyers in the News
|Newton Kershaw, Jr.
Newton Kershaw, Jr., Ellen Hayes Award
Newton Kershaw, Jr., a shareholder at Devine Millimet in Manchester, was recently presented with the 2009 Ellen Hayes Award in recognition of his "outstanding volunteer work on behalf of brain-injured children, teens and adults in New Hampshire." Kershaw was cited for his more than 15 years of service to the NH Brain Injury Association.
Carolyn Baldwin, SHRC
Carolyn Baldwin, an of counsel attorney to Baldwin & Callen in Concord, was recently appointed by Gov. John Lynch to the State Historical Resources Council, which advises the State Division of Historical Resources and reviews nominations to the National and State Registers of Historic Places, the state historic preservation plan, and use of federal funds.
Claudia Damon, Advocacy Director
Claudia Damon of the NH Center for Nonprofits was recently appointed to the position of Advocacy Director. The newly created position, which Damon is the first to hold, oversees the Centerís public policy objectives and is charged with developing and implementing the Centerís advocacy education and training initiatives. Damon joined the NH Bar in 1974.
|Mary Louise Caffrey
Mary Louise Caffrey, Cheshire Medical Center
Mary Louise Caffrey, a NH Bar member since 1978 and an attorney at Bradley & Faulkner in Keene, was recently elected to the board of the Cheshire Medical Center, an acute care hospital in Keene. Caffrey focuses her practice on real estate, estate planning and probate law.
|Katie M. Kiernan
Katie M. Kiernan, PCS-NH
Katie M. Kiernan, an attorney at McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton was recently elected to the board of the Pastoral Counseling Services of New Hampshire, an organization that provides psychotherapy and counseling services to families and individuals.
Aaron Rozenek, Majestic Theatre
Aaron Rozenek, an attorney at the Portsmouth office of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, was recently elected to the board of Manchesterís Majestic Theatre, a small theater that organizes and hosts performances, hosts classes and other educational programs.
Kerrie Diers, NRPC
Kerrie Diers, a Bar member since 1995, was recently appointed executive director of the Nashua Regional Planning Commission. Diers worked previously as the assistant director. Prior to her work with the NRPC, Diers worked for the Town of Pembroke. She graduated from Beloit College and from the Vermont Law School.