I am a former attorney. I served as Legal Counsel to the New Hampshire House of Representatives during the 2011-2012 session. Although I no longer practice law, I continue to have a keen interest in law, especially constitutional law. I am the author of New Hampshire’s Claremont Case and the Separation of Powers, 4 Pierce L. Rev. 411 (2006) and The Original Understanding of the New Hampshire Constitution’s Education Clause, 6 Pierce Law Review 209 (2007).
I was Chairman of the Manchester Republican Committee in 2002, which just so happens to be the last time that a Republican was elected Governor of New Hampshire. I take no credit for that. All credit goes to Mark Fernald for running on the income tax.
In addition to law and politics, I like to hike, bike, run, lift and read, especially historical fiction. I’m a big fan of the Celtics, MMA, Vikings and Black Sails.
I also like to travel, and cannot wait to get back to Europe for more.
Hope you enjoy the blog, and look forward to your comments.