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Lauren Pritchard Lauren Pritchard

Lauren Pritchard


Associate

Meet Lauren, meticulous researcher, Daniel Webster Scholar and wellspring of positivity.

Lauren Pritchard

603 665-8835 direct
603 623-8700 main
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Jefferson Mill Building
670 North Commercial Street
Suite 108
PO Box 1120
Manchester, NH 03105-1120

PRACTICES & INDUSTRIES SERVED Litigation & Dispute Resolution
PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

Here’s why you’ll enjoy working with her.

A thorough researcher, Lauren crafts creative, articulate arguments on behalf of her clients to obtain positive and efficient results. As a judicial extern for the Honorable Andrea Johnstone, Magistrate Judge at the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire, Lauren gained an inside perspective and a deeper, more practical understanding of the litigation life cycle. She also gained similar experience at the state level while interning for the Honorable Sawako Gardner and the Honorable John Pendleton, Judges at the New Hampshire Circuit Court.

Lauren previously worked as a recruiter in the IT sector, which instilled in her a bone-deep professional drive and work ethic that spurs her towards finding innovative solutions to every problem.

Prior to joining Bernstein Shur, Lauren was a Senior Editor for University of New Hampshire Law Review and participated in the Daniel Webster Scholar honors program. The program, which involved two-years of practical skills curriculum and regular evaluations by New Hampshire bar examiners, is the only rigorous, practice-based honors and bar licensing program in the nation. As a graduate of the program, Lauren was admitted to the New Hampshire Bar Association upon graduation from law school.

In her former life, Lauren was:

  • A summer associate for Bernstein Shur
  • A legal intern for the Victim Rights Law Center in Boston
  • A teaching assistant for Legal Writing I and II
  • A volunteer for the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office

When Lauren isn’t working, she is…

Volunteering with the New Hampshire Veterans Law Project. She also enjoys meditation, yoga, meeting with her book club, playing tennis, and experimenting in various mediums of the creative arts—including calligraphy and ceramics.

Background

Education
JD, magna cum laude, University of New Hampshire School of Law, Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program
BA, cum laude, Boston University College of Arts and Sciences

Admitted to practice
State of New Hampshire
State of Maine
United States District Court, District of New Hampshire