Bar News - September 17, 2010
NHBA Members Put Pen to Paper, Part II
By: Craig Sander
New Hampshire Bar members have a long history of contribution to the legacy of the written word, having collectively written dozens of books on everything from practical matters of law to poetry. In the first installment of this article, we provided a roundup of the legal manuals and guides written by members. In this issue, we take a look at the lighter side.
A partner at Rath, Young & Pignatelli in Concord, Ann McLane Kuster has made news lately for her political campaign, but five years ago she received attention for a book that she wrote with her mother, Susan Neidlinger McLane, about struggling with Alzheimerís disease.
The Last Dance: Facing Alzheimerís with Love and Laughter, Peter E. Randall Publishers, 2005.
Larry B. Pletcher
Retired marital master Larry Pletcher joined the New Hampshire Bar Association in 1973 and has since retired from the practice of law. He is an avid outdoorsman and has written numerous books about hiking in New England. It Happened in Massachusetts, Globe Pequot, 2008
Hiking Vermont: 60 of Vermontís Greatest Hiking Adventures, Falcon, 2008
Massachusetts Disasters: True Stories of Tragedy and Survival, Globe Pequot, 2006
Hiking New Hampshire, Falcon, 2001
Roughing It Easy in New England, Wilderness Press, 1998
Robert Shaines is the president and director of Shaines & McEachern in Portsmouth. He focuses his practice on civil litigation, corporate law, family law and appellate work. He also has extensive experience in international law and has represented clients from all over the globe.
He is the author of one book, Command Influence, about the military arrest and trial of three airmen in 1953 during the Korean War, which chronicles the events leading up to the trial, and the ensuing outcome which brought about a change in the law, reaching into the highest levels of government.
Command Influence, S&G Publishing Group, 2010
A partner at Sulloway & Hollis in Concord, Charles Sheridan focuses his practice on corporate business and trust and estate law.
He is the author of one book, A Window in Time, the story of his experience as the attorney for the Merrimack Farmersí Exchange and the events that led to its eventual demise.
A Window in Time: Merrimack Farmersí Exchange in Crisis and Transition, Hobblebush Books, 2010
Shenanne R. Tucker
Shenanne Tucker is an attorney at Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright in Hampton, and focuses her practice on estate planning, business planning, tax litigation and appeals.
She is the author of three books of poetry.
Mind, Matter and Other Notions, 2010
Faith, Family and Other Devotions, 2010
Humanism and Other Emotions, 2010
Teresa C. Tucker
Teresa Tucker is a founding partner of Grossman, Tucker, Perreault & Pfleger, an intellectual property law firm in Manchester, New Hampshire, where she continues her practice in the trademark and copyright fields.
She is the author of one book, Safewaters, a story about the implications of youthful folly.
Safewaters, CreateSpace, 2010
Read NHBA Members Put Pen to Paper, Part I.
Editorís Note: The authors featured on this list are featured in large part because they responded to a solicitation in the NHBA e-Bulletin. If youíve written a book not listed here, please send your information to Bar News Associate Editor Craig Sander.