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Hearing; Alternative Dispute Resolution Officers 2013-2015


Fiscal Year 2010-2011

Amy Davidson, Esq.

Graduated from Boston University in 1974, Rhode Island College in 1979 and Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1982.. Active in law since 1982. Worked a. Southern Tier Legal Services; Disabilities Rights Center, Inc.; instructor in family law at College for Lifelong Learning, Rivier College. Amy is sole practitioner with an office in Pittsfield, NH.

Peter T. Foley, Esq.

Graduated from Stonehill College in 1978 and from Georgetown University Law Center. in 1981. Active in law since 1981. Worked in radio, as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of New Hampshire and as an adjunct professor. Memberships include the New Hampshire Workers' Compensation Appeals Board and the Common Cause of New Hampshire, State Steering Committee. Peter is a sole practitioner with an office in Concord, NH.

Scott F. Johnson, Esq.

Graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a Minor in American Studies in 1992 and from Franklin Pierce Law Center in May 1997. Frequent presenter on legal and educational issues at various forums including continuing education programs, the Education Law Association's Annual Conference, and the Education Law Institute's Annual Conference. He is also an arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau and on the Board of Directors of the Education Law and Policy Consortium as well as being on the Board of Directors and volunteer attorney for the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union and Chair of Board of Directors for the Concord Area Chapter of the American Red Cross. He is also Founder of NH EdLaw, LLC, and Founder of the Education Law Resource Center, Concord, NH. Adjunct Professor/Visiting Professor at the Franklin Pierce Law Center.

John LeBrun, Esq.

Graduated from Rhode Island College in 1975, the University of Rhode Island in 1976 and the Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1983. Worked in the areas of law and as an instructor since 1980. John is a partner in the Law Office of Goldman and LeBrun in Concord, NH.

Gail C. Morrison, J.D., C.M.M.

Received undergraduate degree from Salem State College and taught briefly in Connecticut at the secondary level. Awarded Juris Doctor from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1985. Held the position of hearing officer for the state from 1985 to 2000 hearing cases for the Department of Labor and then for the Public Employee Labor Relations Board. Obtained initial training as a mediator in 1996 and held the position of executive director of a non-profit organization, Carroll County Mediation Services, from 2000 through 2002. New Hampshire Conflict Resolution Association board member, 2003-2004. Founder of Agree Mediation Services providing dispute resolution services for the Capitol, Twin Rivers and Lakes Regions of the state. Gail is also a state representative from Belknap County, District 2.


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