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Law firms and pro bono program honored by Supreme Court.
Photo Credit: Brian Eddy/Supreme Court
The Supreme Court honored five law firms and the NH Bar's Pro Bono Referral Program for their efforts to provide services at no cost to New Hampshire residents who need help resolving legal issues. Chief Justice John T. Broderick Jr. (center) presented certificates to representatives from the firms and the bar during a courtroom ceremony in Concord on October 15. Standing with the Chief Justice are (l-r): Associates Justice Richard E. Galway; Attorney Philip L. Pettis of Boynton, Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott; Associate Justice James E. Duggan; Attorney Alexander J. Walker Jr. of Devine Millimet & Branch; Attorney Jonathan Eck of Devine Millimet; Attorney Martha Van Oot of Orr & Reno; Chief Justice Broderick; Attorney Jack B. Middleton of McLane Graf Raulerson & Middleton; Mary Jo Herman, McLane Pro Bono Coordinator; Senior Associate Justice Linda S. Dalianis; Associate Justice Gary E. Hicks; Pro Bono Referral Program director Virginia A. Martin; Attorney L. Jonathan Ross of Wiggin & Nourie; Paralegal Linda Hammond-Lewis from Wiggin & Nourie; and Attorney Jeremy T. Walker of the McLane law firm.