For over 120 years, Hamblett & Kerrigan has been providing legal services to clients in Nashua and New Hampshire as well as throughout New England. We not only work but also live in the communities we serve and for over 120 years, members of our firm have given their time and support to programs and events through local, state and national organizations.
The attorneys and staff of Hamblett & Kerrigan are committed to our communities as evidenced by our professional and civic activities. Our staff is involved with local school boards and youth sports organizations. We serve as directors for area arts groups as well as historic commissions and zoning boards. On a state level, the people at Hamblett & Kerrigan participate in the governance of charitable organizations.
Beth H. Davis is a member of Governing Policy Board of the New Hampshire Bar Association Pro Bono Referral System, Vice Chairperson of the Amherst Historic District Commission and an alternate member of the Amherst Zoning Board of Adjustment. She is also a Director of the NH Charitable Foundation – Greater Nashua Region as well as a board member of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce.
Joseph W. Kenny is a Director of the Nashua Center for the Arts, a member of the Nashua Rotary and the Treasurer of the Nashua Bar Association. He also serves as a member of the School Board of Bishop Guertin High School.
Andrew J. Piela serves on the Board of the Nashua Historical Society and is on the Board of Directors for Infant Jesus School in Nashua.
Kevin P. Rauseo is a member of the Nashua, Hudson and Portsmouth Chambers of Commerce. He is also a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and has previously served on its Public Education Advisory Panel.
Paul D. Creme is a coach for Chelmsford (MA) Youth Basketball and a member of the Parent’s Council for College of the Holy Cross.
We have always welcomed opportunities to serve our community. We look for ways to use our skills as attorneys to help support people, projects, groups, and communities around us. We continuously strive to make Greater Nashua, New Hampshire and our country a better place to live.