Bar News - November 19, 2010
Lawyers in the News
Jack Middleton, Forest Society
Jack Middleton, president of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton in Manchester, was recently elected to the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests Board of Trustees. The organization is the state’s oldest and largest land conservation organization.
|Hon. James Leary
Hon. James Leary, Leadership Award
Judge James Leary recently received the Greater Nashua Mental Health Leadership Award for his role in establishing the collaborative model for the Community Connections Mental Health Court Project, a diversion project designed to help non-violent offenders suffering from mental illness.
David Braiterman, NHBMHP
David Braiterman, of the Braiterman Law Offices in Concord, was recently appointed by Gov. John Lynch and the Executive Council for second three-year term to the NH Board of Mental Health Practice, which licenses and regulates the practice of psychologists, mental health counselors, therapists and other mental health professionals.
Justice Broderick Receives ADR Award
Chief Justice John T. Broderick was recently presented an award by the NH Conflict Resolution Association. Pictured from left are: Hon. David King, Karen Borgstrom, Hon. Edwin Kelly, Nashua Mayor Donnalee Lozeau, Chief Justice Broderick, and Hon. Jacalyn Colburn.
Manchester Bar Elects Officers
The Manchester Bar Association recently held elections for its 2010-11 officers. President, Mary Ann Dempsey, Wiggin & Nourie
Vice-President, Mary Elizabeth Tenn, Tenn & Tenn
Treasurer, Richard J. Joyal, Law Office of Richard Joyal
Social Secretary, John A. Curran, Getman, Schultess, and Steele