DATE: December 6, 2002
CONTACT: Carol Ayotte
Communication Ink, LLC
Tel. (603) 647-1414
MANCHESTER, NHÃ¢â‚¬â€The law firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Professional Association proudly announces that the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union Foundation (NHCLUF) recently honored attorneys Linda Johnson and Rachel Hampe for their pro bono work on a civil rights matter. The attorneys were recognized at the Foundation’s annual Bill of Rights dinner held at the Wayfarer Inn in Bedford, NH. Ms. Johnson is a director at the firm, chair of its Education Law Practice Group and co-chair of its Employment Law Practice Group. Ms. Hampe is an associate in the Litigation Department.
The NHCLUF dinner attendees included Senator Dodd from Connecticut, Norm D’Amour from D.C., many other attorneys and civil libertarians, including McLane attorney Robert Wells. According to Wells, “the case involving Stacy Perkins, a 9 year old female who was not allowed to play on a boy’s team at a tournament, took a great deal of effort on the part of our attorneys. It is this kind of diligence and dedication that makes me proud to be part of this firm.”
In 1986 the NHCLUF began recognizing attorneys who have defended a difficult civil liberties issue for the Foundation. According to Executive Director Claire T. Ebel, “the Stacy Perkins case has been a very long, difficult road for everyone involved. We owe attorneys Johnson and Hampe a great debt and public recognition is a small way of acknowledging such ability and arduous effort on behalf of principle.”
McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Professional Association is the largest law firm in New Hampshire, serving a wide range of domestic and international clients from offices based in Manchester, Portsmouth, Concord and Nashua. To obtain further information about attorneys Linda Johnson or Rachel Hampe’s work on the Stacy Perkins case or any other McLane attorney, interest parties may contact the firm at (603) 625-6464 or email@example.com.