Bar News - September 17, 2010
Lawyers in the News
Shenanne Tucker, Food Advocacy Network
Shenanne Tucker, an attorney at Bouchard Kleinman & Wright in Hampton, was recently invited to serve on the advisory council for the Food Advocacy Network, which serves Seacoast and meeting rising food demands.
|Paul J. Mansur
Paul J. Mansur, Salem Haven
Paul Mansur, an attorney with the Beliveau Law Group in Salem, was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for the Salem Haven Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, a privately owned non-profit, 110-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center.
|David A. Horan
David A. Horan, HCLEA
David Horan, a solo practitioner in Manchester, was recently presented with a certificate of appreciation from the Hillsborough County Law Enforcement Association for his work on the groupís scholarship committee.
Donald Goodnow, NCSC
Donald Goodnow, director of the NH Administrative Office of the Courts, recently joined the board of directors of the National Center for State Courts, a non-profit that aims to improve the administration of justice through leadership and service to the nationís courts.
Coalition Inducts Nixon to Hall of Fame
The NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence recently held a summer luncheon, during which it inducted six individuals into its newly created Coalition Hall of Fame. One of the six members inducted this year was longtime Bar member David Nixon, who has been a steadfast advocate against domestic violence.
Dave Nixon stands with Wendy Guthro at the recent NH Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Nixon was one of six honored. (Keith Spiro Photo)
The luncheon also featured keynote speaker Susan Carbon, who was recently appointed Director of the Office on Violence Against Women in Washington, DC. Her speech focused on the progress of New Hampshire in addressing domestic and sexual violence, as well as her priorities on the national level.
Also inducted into the Hall of Fame were Rep. Dan Eaton, John King, Sandra Matheson, Rep. Stephen Shurtleff, and Terry Sturke.
Learn more about the organization by visiting www.nhcadsv.org.