Attorney Bruce Felmly Honored By New Hampshire Bar


DATE: August 8, 2002
CONTACT: Joe Russo, Vice President
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Bedford, NH 03110
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MANCHESTER, NH — Attorney Bruce W. Felmly, a director with the law firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Professional Association, was recently honored by the New Hampshire Bar Association. At its annual meeting, Bar President Peter Hutchins presented Felmly with the organization’s Distinctive Service to the Legal Profession Award which recognizes members of the Bar who have served as models of professionalism and dedication.

In discussing Felmly’s selection, Hutchins said, “I wanted to recognize Bruce for his years of tireless dedication to the Bar, often taking on the most difficult tasks and issues. This year, I needed a new chair of the Committee on Cooperation with the Courts and, despite his busy practice, he took on the task and has done a top-rate job in a year during which we have seen bench/bar relations improve dramatically.”

Attorney Felmly has been active in the Bar Association throughout his career culminating in his election as its President in 1995. He also served on the New Hampshire Supreme Court Long-Range Planning Task Force, and on many other Bar Association or court appointed committees.

His statewide trial practice encompasses commercial and bodily injury cases where he represents both plaintiffs and defendants. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, a member of the New Hampshire and American Trial Lawyer’s Associations, and a Fellow of the New Hampshire and American Bar Foundations. He also has been repeatedly elected by his peers to appear in The Best Lawyers® in America in the area of personal injury law.

Contact Attorney Felmly at (603) 628-1448 or at

McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Professional Association is the largest law firm in New Hampshire. The firm serves a wide range of domestic and international clients from offices in Manchester, Portsmouth, Concord and Nashua.