Thomas P. Connair, Esq.
Attorney Connair practices Civil Litigation, Personal Injury and Negligence, as well as Probate and Estate Planning. He is a current member of the New Hampshire and Sullivan County Bar Associations, the New Hampshire Association for Justice, and a former member of the New Hampshire Supreme Court Professional Conduct Committee and the New Hampshire Bar Association Board of Governors. Admitted to the New Hampshire Bar in 1979. Education: Holy Cross College (B.A., 1972); Franklin Pierce Law Center (now UNH law), (J.D., 1979). [Commander, USNR, Retired] Law Clerk to Hon. Maurice P. Bois, Justice, New Hampshire Supreme Court, 1979-1980. Formerly named as Claremont's "Citizen of the Year."
Jessica J. Hodgman, Esq.
Attorney Hodgman practices Divorce and Family Law, Juvenile Law, Domestic Violence, Bankruptcy, Wills and Estate Planning, and Civil Litigation. She was born in Claremont, New Hampshire, and admitted to the New Hampshire Bar in 2000. Education: University System of New Hampshire- CLL (B.A., Summa Cum Laude, 1997); Franklin Pierce Law Center (now UNH Law),(J.D., 2000). Alpha Sigma Lambda. She is a current member of the New Hampshire and Sullivan County Bar Associations, and a former member of the New Hampshire Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the New Hampshire Association for Justice, and former Director at the American Inns of Court and NH Bar Association Board of Governors. She is also the prosecutor for the towns of Charlestown and Langdon, New Hampshire.
Meet Our Staff
The collective experience and professional staff of paralegals at Leahy, Denault, Connair & Hodgman, LLP provides the high quality work and personal attention that our firm is known for. You can find the contact information below for our paralegals.
Probate and Bankruptcy Paralegal
Real Estate Paralegal, Office Manager
Family Law and Civil Litigation Paralegal
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