Bar News - March 22, 2017
Coming & Going
The Board of Directors of the Disability Rights Center Ė New Hampshire (DRC) is pleased to announce that Stephanie Patrick has been appointed executive director. Patrick was selected after a national search and joins the DRC from the Advocacy Center of Louisiana, where she has worked since 2003, most recently as director of policy and planning. She is a leader in the Louisiana disability rights movement and has been active on the national front with the National Disability Rights Network.
Tabitha Croscut has joined Devine Millimet as a shareholder and chair of the firmís ESOP Team.
Jeanne Saffan has become a partner at Upton & Hatfield.
The University of New Hampshire School of Law and its Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property will welcome Tonya Evans and Ryan Vacca as members of the faculty in fall 2017. Evans comes to UNH Law from Widener University Commonwealth Law School, and Vacca comes to UNH Law from the University of Akron School of Law.
Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella recently announced that Justin Pasay and Eric Maher have become non-equity partners of the firm.
McSwiney, Semple, Hankin-Birke & Wood have announced that Sarah Christie has become a shareholder of the firm.
Ransmeier & Spellman has added Nelson Raust as a director and Lucas Burke as an associate, both in the Concord office.