July 30, 2008, Manchester, NH – Jeremy T. Walker, a director with the law firm of McLane Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, P.A., has recently been selected as a member of the 2009 Leadership New Hampshire class.
A nonprofit organization which trains and builds a network of knowledgeable and engaged leaders for the state, The Leadership New Hampshire program is designed to increase civic awareness and involvement, and educates a diverse group of leaders who are passionately devoted to strengthening their communities and the state in which they live and work.
As a member of McLane’s Litigation Department, Jeremy focuses his practice on intellectual property and construction litigation. As a trial lawyer, and has represented both large and small companies before the New Hampshire Superior Court, the New Hampshire Supreme Court, the United States Federal District Court and in arbitration proceedings.
He received his J.D. from William & Mary Law School in 1996 and his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 1990.
Jeremy is actively involved in the local community and has volunteered his time with various nonprofit organizations since joining McLane. Jeremy currently serves on the Advisory Board for the New Hampshire Bar Association Pro Bono Referral Program and received his firm’s Jack B. Middleton Pro Bono Legal Services Award in 2006. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of New Hampshire and a Director of Manchester North Soccer League. Jeremy also is the Vice President of the Manchester Bar Association.
He resides in Manchester.
About the McLane Law Firm
Founded in 1919, the McLane Law Firm is the largest full-service law firm in the state of New Hampshire, with offices in Manchester, Concord and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, as well as Woburn, Massachusetts. Driven by the firm’s depth of sophisticated legal expertise and an unwavering commitment to client service, McLane has built collaborative and lasting relationships with a broad spectrum of domestic and international clients.