Meet Hilary, a tenacious scholar with real-world moxie.
603 665 8839 direct
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Jefferson Mill Building
670 North Commercial Street
PO Box 1120
Manchester, NH 03105-1120
National Association of Women’s Lawyers Award, University of New Hampshire School of Law
Here’s why you’ll enjoy working with her.
Hilary brings her own brand of thoughtfulness and determination to every variety of legal challenge. As a judicial intern with the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire, Hilary gained an insider’s vantage point of the litigation process from start to finish. She has worked with a variety of organizations within the academic sphere, including an internship with the National Education Association of New Hampshire, where she honed her problem-solving skills by finding the best solution when faced with tough labor relations problems.
Hilary was recognized by the University of New Hampshire School of Law faculty with the National Association of Women’s Lawyers Award as an Outstanding Law Student, a commendation not only to her academic achievement, but to her motivation, tenacity, enthusiasm and promotion of issues and concerns of women in the legal profession. She was also chosen to be a Schweitzer Fellow, where she established a self-advocacy training program to members of Families in Transition in New Hampshire. These years of real-world experience prior to law school combined with her creative and collaborative spirit, make Hilary the advocate and the constant that clients need.
In her former life, Hilary was:
- A judicial intern with the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire
- A legal intern with the National Education Association, New Hampshire
- Assistant at the Dartmouth College Fund
- Educational leadership consultant for a national organization
When Hilary isn’t working, she is…
Hilary can usually be found outdoors either running or paddle boarding. She also enjoys indoor activities too, like experimenting in the kitchen or spending time with her dog.
JD, cum laude, University of New Hampshire School of Law, 2016
BA, cum laude, Ohio Wesleyan University, 2009
Admitted to practice
State of New Hampshire