Bar News - August 13, 2010
Lawyers in the News
NHAJ Announces Board Members
The New Hampshire Association for Justice, a statewide nonprofit association of trial attorneys committed to equal access to the courts and justice for all, elects new President and Officers for the Board of Governors, together with four new board appointments.
As of July 1, 2010, a new Board of Governors will guide the policy, advocacy and professional development work of the NHAJ.
Paul M. Monzione, Esq., of Monzione Law Offices in Wolfeboro, NH, takes over as President, from Ralph Holmes, Esq., of the Law Firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, in Manchester, NH.
Taking on new roles as Officers of the Board of Governors are:
President-Elect: Maureen Raiche Manning, of the Law Offices of Manning & Smith in Manchester, NH.
Treasurer: Paul W. Chant, of Cooper, Cargill & Chant in North Conway, NH.
Secretary: Barney L. Brannen, of Brannen, Dunn & Stewart in Lyme, NH.
Past President: Ralph F. Holmes, of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton in Manchester, NH.The Board also welcomes four new appointments as Governors at Large:
Christine M. Craig, of Shaheen & Gordon, of Dover, NH.
Margaret Roselyn Kerouac, of McLane, Graf, Raulerson and Middleton, of Manchester, NH.
Roger D. Turgeon, of Turgeon Law Offices in Haverhill, MA.
Andru H. Volinsky, of Berstein Shur in Manchester, NH.
David M. Gottesman of Gottesman & Hollis in Nashua, NH joined the Board as the Hillsborough County South Governor.
Thomas Watson, FPLC
Thomas Watson, an attorney with Wiggin & Nourie, in Portsmouth, was recently elected to the Franklin Pierce Law Center board of trustees, which will assist in managing the new affiliation between the Franklin Pierce Law Center and the University of New Hampshire.