Bar News - March 22, 2017
NHBA Thanks Lawline Volunteers
Seated, from left to right: Alycia Gelin-Burr, Katherine Morneau, and Sarah Crisp. Standing, left to right: Elizabeth LaRochelle and Sarah Paris, all of the Law Office of Katherine Morneau in Nashua, hosted Lawline Feb. 8, with additional support from attorney Joe Conti (not pictured).
The New Hampshire Bar Association would like to thank the Law Office of Katherine Morneau for hosting Lawline on Feb. 8.
Attorneys Kate Morneau, Sarah Crisp, Elizabeth LaRochelle, Sarah Paris, and Joe Conti, along with the help of Paralegal Alycia Gelin-Burr worked together to address the needs of more than 40 callers. Questions came in from all over the state and pertained to a variety of legal issues including estate planning, divorce, collections, and criminal law.
Lawline is a public service coordinated by the NH Bar Association. Attorneys volunteer from one or more locations to answer calls from members of the public between 6 and 8 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month.
For more information or to volunteer, contact NHBA Lawline Coordinator Jacqueline Geddes.