Nelson Education Lawyers
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Jaffrey, NH Education Law Lawyer with 50 years of experience
Education, Civil Rights, Elder and Social Security Disability
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Free ConsultationEducation, Business, Estate Planning and Health Care
Suffolk University Law School
Attorney James Bianco has a broad and diverse practice. After law school, Jim was counsel to the Department of Health and Human Services. In that role, he co-authored the New Hampshire adoption law. Since then, Jim founded Bianco Professional Association's nationwide adoption practice and has become one of the premier adoption attorneys in New Hampshire.
After Jim founded Bianco P.A. in 1981, he became a member of the New Hampshire Trial Association, the National Trial Lawyer's Association, as well as the American Bar Association. Over the years, Jim has been involved in various litigation representing individuals and businesses before all courts...
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Concord, NH Education Law Attorney with 11 years of experience
Free ConsultationEducation, Employment, Personal Injury and Probate
University of New Hampshire
Megan has a unique background as she was a public educator prior to becoming a lawyer. Megan’s experience as a teacher has shaped her approach to legal representation. She considers the “whole client” in assessing legal needs, and she investigates cases exhaustively, with empathy and compassion. Megan also takes the time to explain complex legal information in a way her clients can understand. In the area of employment law, Megan focuses her practice on representing employees. Megan is committed to representing employees in all aspects of employment litigation such as Sexual Harassment; Discrimination;...
R. Yvette Clark
Manchester, NH Education Law Lawyer with 32 years of experience
Education, Administrative, Bankruptcy and Employment
The University of Texas School of Law
Boston University School of Law
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