Local Students and Teacher Presented With Harvard Prize Book


DATE: August 26, 2003
CONTACT: Carol Ayotte
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Londonderry, NH 03053
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Portsmouth, NH—McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Professional Association recently presented five area high school students and one teacher with the coveted Harvard Prize Book Award on behalf of Harvard University. The award honors outstanding juniors who combine excellence in scholarship and high character with achievement in other fields, as well as honoring outstanding high school teachers who inspire curiosity and excellence in students. McLane Attorney David Wolowitz, who received his master’s degree from Harvard, presented the award. He is a director of the firm and one of its senior litigators.

Students are nominated by their school and are notified following completion of the selection process. This years award recipients from New Hampshire are high school juniors: Jackie Elliott, Nute High School, Milton; Alyssa Moran, Exeter High School; Lauren Perkins, Winnacunnet High School, Hampton; Trevor Sherwood, Dover High School, Barrington; Haley Wicklein, Oyster River High School, Durham; and Mr. Christopher D. Robinson, Portsmouth High School teacher.

McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Professional Association, the largest law firm in New Hampshire, is committed to helping recognize outstanding abilities and achievements of young people in the community. For further information about the Harvard Prize Book Award, contact Attorney Wolowitz at (603) 436-2818 or david.wolowitz@mclane.com. For further information about the McLane Law Firm, visit www.mclane.com.