Judicial Branch, State of New Hampshire
| For Immediate Release:
January 13, 2020
Haggar Appointed Clerk of Rockingham County Superior Court
CONCORD - Tina L. Nadeau, Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Superior Court, announced today that Attorney Jennifer M. Haggar has been appointed Clerk of Rockingham County Superior Court in Brentwood.
For the past 8 years, Haggar has served at Rockingham County Attorney's Office under County Attorney Patricia Conway, and for the past two years served as Deputy County Attorney. She previously worked as Assistant County Attorney at Essex County Attorney's Office in Salem, MA from 2006-2012, serving as supervisor of the domestic violence unit and supervisor at the Lawrence District Court. Haggar has also served as a domestic violence and elder abuse victim advocate. Haggar is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and received her Juris Doctorate at the Massachusetts School of Law.
Remarking on Haggar's hiring, Chief Justice Nadeau said, "Superior Court Clerks have wide ranging and important responsibilities that include working with citizens, plaintiff's attorneys, defense attorneys, prosecutors, law enforcement and the court staff. Jennifer’s background is well suited for the job. She was an instrumental member of our Superior Court e-court lawyer’s steering committee, and helped transition the criminal case process with the Felonies First initiative. I look forward to having Jennifer on board as the Clerk of Rockingham County Superior Court. Her known work ethic and vast knowledge of court process, litigant needs and management capability will ensure that the Rockingham County Superior Court will continue to move forward."
Haggar welcomed her new opportunity, saying, “Rockingham Superior Court has proven to be a wonderful place to work for the past eight years. I am looking forward to starting this new chapter in my career where I can work with professionals on both sides of the aisle, as well as more closely with the judiciary.”