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Bar News - January 18, 2017

Community Notes

Ronald Ciotti

Bill Christie

Joseph Foster

Kat Marquis

Seth Abramson

Ronald D. Ciotti, a Concord-based partner at Hinckley Allen, has been named the 2017 President of the Associated General Contractors of New Hampshire and is the first attorney to hold that position. The organization is comprised of general contractors, subcontractors, and associates in both the building construction industry and the road and bridge/heavy highway construction industry.

Shaheen & Gordon Partner/Shareholder Bill Christie was re-elected for a third term to serve as the Criminal Justice Act Panel District Representative for the Federal District Court of the District of New Hampshire. As the District Representative, Christie serves as a liaison between the District Court and the defense bar and attends an annual national meeting on representation of criminal defendants.

The Granite State Children’s Alliance, the chapter organization for all CACs in NH, presented the 2016 Statewide Hero Award to NH Attorney General Joseph Foster. The organization said Foster was honored for his commitment to ensuring justice and healing for New Hampshire’s most vulnerable, as demonstrated by his unwavering support for Child Advocacy Centers and the multidisciplinary model response to crimes against children.

Kat Marquis of Marquis Mediation has been chosen to present on mediation at the International CAMfire Conference in Orlando, Florida, Feb. 21-24. The conference is a gathering of community association management professionals.

Seth Abramson, an inactive Bar member and former public defender, recently published his sixth book, Golden Age. Abramson, now an assistant professor of English at the University of New Hampshire, describes the book as “204 pages of post-postmodern experiments that are also earnestly self-expressive on topics such as race, ethnicity, religion, gender, class, mental health, social media, celebrity culture, and transgressive art.”

To submit announcements for inclusion in “Community Notes,” please email Donna Parker. Items will be included as space permits.

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