Lauren Pritchard Lauren Pritchard

Lauren Pritchard


Meet Lauren, a litigator with robust courtroom experience and an unwavering dedication to client service.

Lauren Pritchard

603 665-8835000 direct
603 623-8700 main
603 623-7775 facsimile

Jefferson Mill Building
670 North Commercial Street
Suite 108
PO Box 1120
Manchester, NH 03105-1120


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

Lauren is a personable, sharp, and results-oriented attorney who crafts and delivers innovative, articulate arguments that get the job done. With a focus on providing the best client service, Lauren enjoys getting to know her clients and advising them on how to achieve their unique objectives via alternative forms of dispute resolution or litigation. Working with clients across a variety of industries, Lauren has represented companies in the technology and banking sectors, higher education, hospitality groups, general contracting, design firms, and suppliers.

In prosecuting and defending copyright and trademark infringement matters, Lauren advocates for the intellectual property rights of both established companies, as well as startups.

As a judicial extern for U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Andrea Johnstone, Lauren gained important inside perspectives on the litigation lifecycle. Lauren also interned for the Honorable Sawako Gardner and the Honorable John Pendleton in the New Hampshire Circuit Court.

Prior to joining Bernstein Shur, Lauren was a Senior Editor for the 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.

But that’s not all. Lauren is also experienced in:

  • Complex governance disputes
  • Products liability litigation
  • Labor and employment law compliance
  • New Hampshire Right-to-Know litigation
  • Copyright and trademark infringement

In her former life, Lauren was:

  • A recruiter in the IT sector
  • A volunteer for the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Bureau
  • A volunteer at the Victim Rights Law Center in Boston
  • A volunteer with the New Hampshire Veterans Law Project

When Lauren isn’t working, she is…

Doing pro bono family law work. 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.


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 ME
United States District Court, District of New Hampshire
United States District Court, District of ME
United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit