Samantha Heuring focuses on employment law, civil rights, and criminal defense. She’s dedicated to advocating for individuals and those who have been wronged by an employer, the police, or the government. She believes it’s an attorney’s job to ensure that our country’s promise of “liberty and justice for all” does not go unfulfilled.
Samantha is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, where she worked with a local labor union and law firm representing clients who were whistleblowers to illegal activity, employees who were discriminated against on the basis of disability and pregnancy, and teachers who were unlawfully terminated. She also worked on asylum applications in the UNH Law Immigration Clinic, and was President of the UNH Law Women’s Law Student Association.
- New Hampshire Bar Association
- New Hampshire Association for Justice
- National Employment Lawyers Association, New Hampshire Chapter
- New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association
- UNH School of Law Faculty Award for Excellence in Labor and Employment Law
- Tanya M. Marcum & Elizabeth A. Campbell, The Ethical Boundaries of the Attorney-Client Privilege, 39 J. Legal Prof. 199 (2015).