The “NH Supreme Court At-a-Glance” in New Hampshire Bar News summarizes recent NH Supreme Court decisions.
Manager, Public Affairs
New Hampshire Housing seeks a full time Manager, Public Affairs, responsible for providing technical advice and related services to senior staff pertaining to housing and land use policy. The successful candidate has the ability to interact with governmental officials and entities and monitor all legislation related to housing, land development, and the like. Ideal candidate […]
Attorney Ferrari to Receive Hollman Award at Midyear Meeting
The Gender Equality Committee of the NH Bar Association has announced the recipient of the 2020 Philip S. Hollman Award for Gender Equality: attorney Christina Ferrari. Ferrari is a shareholder of Bernstein Shur, where she is a member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Business, and Healthcare Practice Groups. She represents individuals and businesses in […]
By Land or Water, Butterfield Is a Beacon of Leadership
By Kathie Ragsdale Naomi Butterfield has always had a hands-on approach to life, whether she’s been representing a municipality in court, sculling for the U.S. Rowing Team or engaging in her favorite de-stressing activity: knitting. The Concord resident, who joined the Mitchell Municipal Group in March, started her legal career as a civil litigator, served […]
Eileen Bloom v. Casella Construction
Personal Injury Law No. 2018-0425 October 16, 2019 Affirmed in Part, Reversed in Part and Remanded Whether the trial court erred in finding that the defendant snowplowing contractor owed no duty of care to a plaintiff injured in her employer’s parking lot under Section 324A of the Restatement (Second) of Torts. The plaintiff was injured […]
In re Guardianship of K. B., No. 2019-0126
Family Law October 25, 2019 Vacated and Remanded Whether the trial court had subject matter jurisdiction under RSA 458-A:14 to entertain a petition to modify or terminate an out of state guardianship order. In 2017, the petitioner filed a petition to modify or terminate a 2010 Connecticut court order which granted guardianship over her daughter, […]
Amy Burnap v. Somersworth School District, No. 2018-0624
Employment Law October 25, 2019 Affirmed Whether the trial court erred in granting summary judgment to the defendant school district on the plaintiff’s employment discrimination claim based upon her sexual orientation. The plaintiff was hired by the defendant school district as the Somersworth High School Dean of Students. It was undisputed that the plaintiff was […]
Bar News November 20, 2019
Office Suite Available
Downtown Manchester. Newly renovated building in historic district includes attorney office with internet/phone access, kitchen, common areas, 4 conference rooms, library, copier and parking. Perfect for solo practitioner who desires a working environment with small group of experienced litigation practitioners. Call for further details. (603) 494-4882.
Keans Recognized for Decades of Service to Public Protection Fund
By Anna Berry In every profession, there are a few bad apples, says Sandra Keans. But over the past two decades of her service on the NH Bar Association’s Public Protection Fund committee, she says the committee’s work has ensured that a handful of unwise attorneys don’t spoil the bushel. And, she’s confident that the […]
NH Bar Hosts New England Bar Association’s Annual Meeting
Bruce E. Friedman Pro Bono Award Ceremony Posthumously Honors Thomas A. Fredenburg
Children’s Behavioral Health Policy Coordinator
Needed for NH’s leading health policy and advocacy organization. See link for details! https://www.new-futures.org/sites/default/files/sites/default/files/uploads/2019-11-13%20CBH%20job%20listing%20%28002%29.pdf
Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, one of New Hampshire’s leading law firms, with offices in Exeter, Meredith & Portsmouth, NH is currently seeking a full time Associate Attorney. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 1-year experience and be admitted or intends to be admitted to the NH Bar. Admission to the MA and/or ME […]
Manchester Law Building
1-3 Offices in shared legal environment. Wi-Fi, referrals, etc. available. Budget price based on need. On-site parking and walking distance to courts. Contact Anna at 603-624-5566 or email@example.com.
New Hampshire Practice Series
A used copy of the ‘New Hampshire Practice Series’. Please call (603) 232-5220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any offers.
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, a national law firm, has an excellent opportunity for an experienced contract attorney. A minimum of 5 years civil litigation and insurance defense work, is preferred. Excellent academic credentials with proven skills in writing, analysis and research are required. Candidates must be licensed in New Hampshire and be able to handle […]
Lakes Region law firm seeks experienced Litigation Paralegal for busy workers’ compensation and employment practice. Successful candidate will be professional, flexible, detail oriented, organized, have strong writing and communications skills. Benefits and compensation commensurate with experience. Resume to HRLakesRegionLaw@gmail.com.
Assistant County Attorney
The Strafford County Attorney’s Office has an opening for an Assistant County Attorney. Must be an admitted member of the bar in good standing. Responsibilities include prosecution of felony and misdemeanor crimes in the Superior and/or Circuit Courts. Salary will commensurate with litigation experience. Send cover letter, resume and references to: email@example.com.
Rousseau Law and Mediation is looking to expand with the addition of an associate attorney. Candidates must have three to five years of experience in family law and possess excellent writing and negotiation skills. Applicants must also have an understanding of the importance of being responsive to clients and the sensitive nature of family law […]
Small litigation firm in Concord seeks a full-time, experienced legal assistant. Excellent organizational, communication and writing skills are essential. Must be able to work with multiple individuals and be able prioritize work flow. The successful candidate should have a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience, preferably in a litigation firm, as well as experience working with […]
NEBA Annual Meeting Registration
The NEBA Annual Meeting Registration is now closed. For questions or assistance with Saturday registration please contact: Cheryl Moore at 603-715-3260.
Small law firm located in Bedford NH seeks an experienced paralegal. Candidates should have 4 years of experience in real estate law and paralegal experience, including familiarity with settlement statements, title work and lender documents. Candidates must be able to work independently, be detail oriented and comfortable speaking with clients and third parties related to […]
Working Stiff Partners, LLC v. City of Portsmouth
Zoning No. 2018-0491 September 27, 2019 Affirmed Whether the trial court correctly upheld the city zoning board’s decision that the plaintiff corporation’s use of its property for short-term rentals was not permitted as a principal use in the zoning district in which the property was located. Whether the definition of “dwelling unit” contained in the […]
The State of New Hampshire v. Adrien Stillwell
Criminal Law No. 2017-0361 September 18, 2019 Affirmed Whether the trial court erred by allowing an expert to testify in violation of the Confrontation Clause of the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Whether the trial court erred by admitting the out-of-court statements of an unavailable witness under the statement against penal interest exception […]
Bar News October 16, 2019