Attorney Maureen Raiche Manning is an experienced trial attorney with a proven record of success representing injured victims. Maureen is admitted to practice in New Hampshire federal and state courts. A lifelong resident of Manchester and the mother of three adult sons, Maureen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of New Hampshire and her law degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. Maureen is a faculty member at the Keenan Ball Trial College where she instructs other attorneys in trial, advocacy, and settlement skills.
Maureen was appointed by Governor (now U.S. Senator) Jeanne Shaheen to serve as a Commissioner on the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights from 1997 to 2004. She presently serves on the New Hampshire Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules as an appointee of Governor Maggie Hassan, and is a member of the Compensation Appeals Advisory Board. Maureen has also served as Chair of the New Hampshire Women’s Lobby and was nominated for a seat in the New Hampshire Senate in 2014. At age 19, Maureen was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives where she served for six years on the Judiciary Committee. She remains the youngest woman ever elected to a seat in the state legislature.
Maureen is a founding member of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association and served as its first president. She has served on the Board of Governors of the New Hampshire Bar Association and the New Hampshire Bar Foundation, and was honored by the Bar Association’s Gender Equality Committee as the recipient of its Annual Award. Like her law partner, Anna Goulet Zimmerman, Maureen is a past-President of the New Hampshire Association for Justice (NHAJ). Maureen authored this President’s Message for the NHAJ and received the Board of Governors’ Award for her advocacy before the New Hampshire legislature.
Attorney Maureen Raiche Manning has experience in all areas of civil litigation representing victims in personal injury, worker’s compensation, wrongful death and medical malpractice cases. You can reach Maureen at this email address