NH Supreme Court Chief Justice Linda Stewart Dalianis and NH Charitable Foundation President Richard Ober presented Superior Court Chief Justice Tina Nadeau the felliowship award at a May 15 ceremony attended by Gov. Maggie Hassan at the NH Supreme Court.
New Hampshire Superior Court Chief Justice Tina Nadeau recently was awarded the 2013 Caroline L. Gross Fellowship.
Awarded annually by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, this fellowship was established in memory of the late NH House majority leader to honor individuals dedicated to public service. The fellowship allows Nadeau to attend a three-week seminar for state and local officials at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Nadeau was appointed chief justice of the New Hampshire Superior Court in 2011 after serving as associate justice for several years. She also worked in the office of the governor, where she served as legal counsel to former Gov. Stephen Merrill, and as an assistant attorney general in the homicide division.
Caroline L. Gross was a New Hampshire native who devoted her adult life to public service, serving in numerous capacities in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, the governorís office, and as a state representative from Concord. In 1989, she was appointed House majority leader, a position she held until her death in 1993.