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Bar News - January 21, 2015


In the News

Jason Cole

Susan Geiger

Jennifer Eber

Mary Krueger

Beth Fowler

Christopher Sullivan

Margaret Kerouac

Brian Cullen

Jason Cole of Devine Millimet has been elected to the Granite United Way Board of Directors.

Susan Geiger of Orr & Reno was recently appointed to the NH Sustainable Energy Association Board of Directors. NHSEA’s mission is to advocate for and educate New Hampshire citizens, businesses and organizations about sustainable energy.

Jennifer Eber of Orr & Reno has been elected chair of the board of directors of the Animal Rescue League of NH. ARLNH is a nonprofit that seeks to protect, rescue and facilitate the adoption of animals.

Mary Krueger has been named deputy director of NH Legal Assistance.

Beth Fowler of the McLane firm received the firm’s 10th annual Jack B. Middleton Pro Bono Legal Services Award for her outstanding commitment to serving New Hampshire citizens in need.

Christopher Sullivan of Baker Braverman & Barbadoro in Quincy, Mass., was awarded the First Justices’ Award for Pro Bono Publico Excellence for his commitment to pro bono legal assistance in southeastern Massachusetts.

Margaret Kerouac of McLane, Graf Raulerson & Middleton has been appointed to the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s Professional Conduct Committee of the Attorney Discipline System for a three-year term.

Brian Cullen of CullenCollimore has been elected president of the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, which recently moved to its new facility at 2 Quincy St., just down the street from CullenCollimore’s East Pearl Street offices, after a successful capital campaign

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Supreme Court Rule 42(9) requires all NH admitted attorneys to notify the Bar Association of any address change, home or office.

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