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Lory Attala recently joined the NHH staff as part-time administrative assistant. She has spent the majority of her professional life working with lawyers, first as the business assistant for the New Hampshire Public Defender and then moving to the admissions office of Franklin Pierce Law Center. In 2002 she became the Associate Dean of Records and Registration and helped work through administrative details of the merger with the University of New Hampshire School of Law. “Recruiting and working with lawstudents, while challenging, was incredibly fulfilling, and I’ve made lifelong friends.”
Lory is active in the Bow Garden Club and she still rides her motorcycle throughout New England, after teaching motorcycle rider education for many years. In addition, Lory is delighted to be spending time with her first granddaughter!
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