Paralegal Association of New Hampshire announces board members

The Paralegal Association of New Hampshire announced its 2016-17 board of directors.

Aniko Bouley, ACP, of Bedford, will serve as director at large. Bouley is a corporate paralegal with the Manchester law firm of McLane Middleton, PA. She received her advanced certified paralegal designation from the National Association of Legal Assistants in 2009, and was recognized by the New Hampshire Bar Association with its Paralegal Professionalism Award in 2007.

Melanie A. Scargill, of Brookline, is director at large. Scargill is a litigation paralegal with McLane Middleton. She is a graduate with high honors of the American Bar Association-approved Paralegal Studies Certificate Program from NHTI.

Other members are: Karen Morin, RP, Candia, president and chairman of the board; Nicole LaFleur, CRP, Deerfield, vice president and secretary; Vicki A. Samuels, CP, Concord, treasurer; Catherine D. Allard, Chester, past president of PANH, liaison to the National Federation of Paralegal Associations; and Linda Regan, Concord, and Elena M. Richards, RP, Windham, directors at large.

Submitted by Paralegal Association of New Hampshire