The New Hampshire Bar Association sent McLane Middleton Attorney Jack Middleton back to law school for the day. As part of an article for NH Bar News, Jack visited the University Of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School Of Law, met with administrators, had a tour of the campus, and took a class with other law school students. Jack observed, “When I went to law school it was purely coursework. The approach today is much more clinical. All we learned was theory. I didn’t know what a Sherriff was or how to get a hold of them when I first started.” He went on to say, “Students get a lot better prepared for real-life situations than we did. It’s a good opportunity for young people to learn something about how the system really works.”
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Jack is the senior member of the firm’s Litigation Department. He focuses his practice on tax abatement, arbitration and mediation, bringing his over 61 years of experience as a trial lawyer and 24 years of service as a New Hampshire District Court Judge to the table. Jack received his J.D. from Boston University School of Law.