1980, Vermont; 1982, New Hampshire; 1988, Maine; U.S District Court, District of New Hampshire; U.S. District Court, District of Vermont; U.S. District Court, District of Maine; U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Franklin Pierce Law Center, J.D., 1979
Law School Graduation Year
University of Massachusetts at Boston, B.A., summa cum laude, 1976; Northeastern University
Rockingham County, New Hampshire (Member: Labor and Employment Law Section, 1991—; Physical and Mental Disabilities Law Section, 1983—Chair, 1996—), Maine State and American Bar Associations; American Bankruptcy Institute
Author, Employee Handbooks: The Family Medical Leave Act; Employers Responsibility for Communication Access Under the ADA; Employer Policies on Electronic Communications. Member, New Hampshire Women's Lobby. Lecturer for the Americans with Disabilities Act. Member, Board of Directors, 1992—, President, 1994-1998 and Treasurer, 1999—, New Hampshire Theatre Project. Fellow, New Hampshire Bar Foundation.