McLane Middleton is proud to recognize attorney Adam M. Hamel with the 13th annual Jack B. Middleton Pro Bono Legal Services Award for his outstanding commitment to serving citizens in need.
McLane Middleton created the award in support of its efforts to help ensure that all New Hampshire citizens, regardless of resources, have access to the justice system. Since the firm’s inception almost a century ago, McLane Middleton has been a consistent leader in supporting the state’s most vulnerable constituents. The award is named after Jack Middleton, who has worked tirelessly for more than 60 years giving back to those most in need.
As the firm has grown into Massachusetts, its pro bono commitment has grown too, and now serves citizens of both New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
“Today, we recognize someone who on a regular basis meets his pro bono hours goal by having a case at all times, helping out on others’ cases whenever asked, and even going to local classrooms to teach students about legal rights and due process,” said Charla Stevens, the former chair of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee and chair of the firm’s Employment Law Practice Group, during the presentation of the award at the firm’s recent Colleague Recognition Reception. “Adam is someone who consistently provides excellent legal services to the most disadvantaged in our communities.”
Adam is a director in the firm’s litigation department, concentrating his practice in the areas of business, employment, and probate litigation. He regularly assists clients on a variety of commercial and employment litigation matters, including claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, and violations of restrictive covenants. He also has extensive experience working on will contests, fiduciary litigation, and guardianships.
Adam can be reached in the firm’s Woburn office at (781) 904-2710 or [email protected].
The firm thanks Adam for his dedication to helping those in need.