Lessons Learned from Successful Business Women
McLane Middleton invites you to join us for an educational and networking event featuring successful women sharing their stories with the business community.
Our guest speaker, the Honorable Carol Ann Conboy, a retired Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and former McLane Middleton director, will share her story from an officer in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War to her appointment to New Hampshire's Supreme Court.
900 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03101
This event is being offered as a free networking session.
As part of the "story" theme, for every person who attends, McLane Middleton will donate a book to an organization selected by our guest speaker.
For this event, books will be donated to the NH Correctional Facility for Women.
We encourage everyone who attends to also bring a book to donate; specifically a book for young adult or adult reading levels.
Carol Ann Conboy
Retired Associate Justice
New Hampshire Supreme Court
Honorable Carol Ann Conboy, retired Associate Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Connecticut, who served as an officer in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War.
She received her law degree in 1978 from Franklin Pierce Law Center (now, The University of New Hampshire School of Law), after which she clerked for Judge Shane Devine, the former Chief Judge of the New Hampshire Federal District Court.
She was a partner in the New Hampshire law firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson and Middleton (now, McLane Middleton) and practiced as a trial lawyer with a concentration in employment law. She was appointed to the New Hampshire Superior Court in 1992, and during her seventeen years on that court, she served as Supervisory Justice in Merrimack County and Chair of the Superior Court Sentence Review Board. She also chaired the Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics.
In 2009, Governor John Lynch appointed her to the Supreme Court. Prior to her retirement in 2017, she served as Chair of the Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Judicial Performance Evaluation. Justice Conboy continues to serve as a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council of the UNH School of Law.