Laura joined LCL as a Practice Management Advisor in 2020. Laura works with lawyers on all areas of law practice management, including technology, operations, marketing, finance, and more. Laura also writes and speaks on topics relevant to practice management.
Before joining LCL, Laura served as the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Member Services and Law Practice Management Coordinator. Prior to her work at the NHBA, Laura worked as an honors program paralegal specialist at the Department of Justice in Washington, DC in the Antitrust Division, as a paralegal at private firms, and as interned as a Teaching Assistant for Law & Government at the St. Paul’s School Advanced Studies Program. Laura has worked with lawyers across a range of areas, from litigation with two-week trials to a broad range of transactional work, from civil to criminal matters, and from cases run by a solo practitioner to cases that have thirty personnel plus outside experts to coordinate. She also has experience facilitating outreach for newer lawyers.
Laura first gained experience with member services while working on the Isles of Shoals off the coast of New Hampshire and Maine. Laura graduated from Middlebury College with her Bachelor’s in Political Science. She furthered her legal education in NHTI’s ABA-Certified Paralegal Studies program, earning a Certificate of Scholarship from the Paralegal Association of NH, and her Certified Paralegal designation from the National Association of Legal Assistants. She serves on the Board of Directors for her paralegal association. Laura studied European politics abroad in Denmark, taking educational trips to The Hague and the EU Headquarters.
Laura is an avid reader, loves learning, and enjoys exploring new places.