February 3, 2022, Concord, NH

The New Hampshire Bar Foundation is pleased to announce that Rodney Dyer, formerly of Westcott Law, is this year’s recipient of the annual Nixon-Zachos award. The award is presented to an attorney who exemplifies attorneys both in practice and in their community.

Rodney Dyer

Attorney Dyer earned his BA from the University of New Hampshire and his JD from Boston University. From 2005 to 2011, he served as Chairman of Laconia Savings Bank (which changed its name in 2012 to Bank of New Hampshire), the largest independent bank in the State of New Hampshire. He is a member of the Belknap County Bar Association, (president 1977-1979), the New Hampshire Bar Association, and an active member of the Lakes Region community.

Attorney Dyer has played a major role in real estate and condominium development in central New Hampshire for more than thirty five years. His experience includes all types of residential and commercial development, zoning and planning, condominiums, shopping centers, business and corporate representation and commercial transactions. He also has experience assisting clients with Estate Planning and Probate Administration.

The Nixon-Zachos Award was created to honor the memory of David Nixon and Kimon Zachos, two New Hampshire attorneys who were leaders in the law and in their community. Both were active members of the New Hampshire Bar Foundation and the Bar Association. They were preeminent lawyers, but some of their most important contributions were to their communities generally. Through their work, they emphasized the important role of lawyers in shaping the law, serving in the state legislature, and working to ensure equal justice under law.

Attorney Dyer will be honored at a dinner at the Manchester Country Club on Tuesday, April 12, 2022. For more information about the event, visit www.nhbarfoundation.org.


About The New Hampshire Bar Foundation

The NH Bar Foundation is a nonprofit, grant-making charitable foundation dedicated to supporting civil legal aid for the disadvantaged and to encourage law-related education in New Hampshire.