Bar News - November 13, 2009
Lawyers in the News
Lyndsee Paskalis, NH Special Olympics
Lyndsee Paskalis, an attorney at Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green in Manchester was recently named a director of Special Olympics New Hampshire, a non-profit organization providing sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with mental challenges.
Jack Middleton, Business Excellence Hall of Fame
Jack Middleton, a partner of McLane, Graf Raulerson & Middleton in Manchester, was recently inducted into the Business Excellence Hall of Fame for his 50-plus years experience as a trial lawyer, his 24 years of service as a New Hampshire District Court judge and for his countless hours of volunteering on the boards of numerous state organizations.
Katherine Cooper, NHACDL
Katherine Cooper, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, was recently appointed chairman of the United States Eventing Associationís Area I, which is comprised of seven northeastern states, has 1,800 members and runs 40 nationally recognized horse trials per season.
Shenanne Tucker, DALC
Shenanne Tucker, an attorney at Bouchard Kleinman & Wright in Hampton, was recently appointed to the board of directors of the Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford County. The Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford County is an organization that helps adults in the Strafford County area enhance their life-coping skills and improve their lives through basic education, job training, high school completion, and enrichment classes.
|R. Matthew Cairns
R. Matthew Cairns, Defense Research Institute
R. Matthew Cairns, an attorney at Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell in Concord, was recently named president-elect of the Defense Research Institute, a 22,500-member organization representing civil practice lawyers doing defense work and corporate counsel.