McLane Middleton Recognized for Pro Bono Work

McLane Middleton received two awards for Pro Bono Work at the New Hampshire Bar Association’s annual meeting on Friday, June 7, 2024.

Attorney Bill Glahn received the Supreme Court Award for Pro Bono Work. Bill was recognized by the Supreme Court for his work as one of the top five pro bono volunteers in the New Hampshire Bar. Bill has practiced at the firm for more than 40 years, and is a Fellow of the American College of Trial LawyersBefore joining the firm in 1981, Bill was the head of Chief of the Civil Division of the Office of the New Hampshire Attorney General.  He has consistently been ranked as one of the top five commercial trial lawyers in New Hampshire by Chambers USA.  He can be reached in the firm’s Manchester office at (603) 628-1469 or

In addition, the firm was awarded the Supreme Court Award for Pro Bono Casework by a Firm. Andrew Hamilton, Chair of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee accepted the award. McLane Middleton was one of two firms recognized by the Supreme Court for its overall efforts on pro bono cases. The firm recognizes and affirms its continuing commitment to undertake pro bono work. The work affords attorneys an opportunity to perform an enormously needed and worthwhile service. The range of pro bono work is broad and includes opportunities for attorneys of all disciplines.

For more information on the firm’s Pro Bono Work, click here.