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Attorney Hyde appointed as Trustee of the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover

 

Attorney Steven F. Hyde named as member of the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover. Steven served as the school's Director of Technology from 1999 through 2004, and has served as an adjunct professor of law for the school since 2005. Steven looks forward to assisting the school as Trustee.

 
Attorney Hyde Joins Charles C. Doe, American Inns of Court, as Membership Chair

Attorney Hyde has joined the Board of Officers of the American Inns of Court Charles C. Doe Inn, (Durham New Hampshire), as the Membership Chair. Attorney Hyde brings his experience as a Board member of other Boards to his position with the Charles C. Doe Inns.

 
 
Attorney Coakley Joins The New Hampshire Children's Museum Board of Directors

Attorney Coakley has joined the Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Children's Museum in Dover, New Hampshire. Attorney Coakley brings years of nonprofit experience and a deep passion for student and learning-based child development to her position on the Board.

 
Attorney Coakley Teaching at Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Attorney Coakley, known to her students as "Professor Hyde" teaches Human Resource Management in Nonprofit Organizations, and Legal and Governance Issues in Nonprofit Organizations, calling on her experience in representing nonprofit organizations throughout her career.

Attorney Coakley teaches in the both the Northeaster University campuses as well as the NEU Online and Distance Learning programs.

 
 
Attorney Hyde Participating in the New Hampshire Bar Foreclosure Relief Project

The New Hampshire Foreclosure Relief Project (FRP) has been assisting homeowners through a dedicated foreclosure hotline, free Foreclosure Relief Clinics, and other legal and informational services since 2012.  Funded by a portion of the National Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement, through the NH Attorney Generalís Office, FRP is a collaborative effort of three legal service providers: NH Bar Associationís Legal Services Department (NHBA); NH Legal Assistance (NHLA) and the Legal Advice and Referral Center (LARC). The project is designed to help homeowners at all income levels who are struggling with foreclosure and other mortgage-related problems. More . . .

 
Attorney Coakley joins the Public Relations and Pro Bono Committees of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire

Collaborative Practice (and Collaborative Divorce as a segment thereof) is an alternative to the traditional practice of adversarial divorce, family law litigation, and resolution of other domestic and civil disagreements through the legal process. Members of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire ó including lawyers, mental health professionals, and financial professionals ó are trained to assist persons involved in such disputes to reach agreements which meet the needs of the parties without going to court.

 
 

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