Eric joined DTC in September of 2013. He is licensed before the State Bars of New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts, and is also licensed to appear before the Federal District Court for the District of New Hampshire. Since joining the firm, Eric practices extensively in the areas of municipal law, land use and development, administrative law, and civil litigation. As part of Eric’s practice, he regularly appears before the New Hampshire Board of Tax and Land Appeals, Public Utilities Commission, Site Evaluation Committee, and Public Employee Labor Relations Board, among others.
Before joining the firm, Eric clerked for the Honorable James P. Bassett of the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Prior to that, Eric worked at the Educational Advocacy Clinic in Boston where he advocated for students’ rights to special education services and represented indigent students in disciplinary matters.
Eric graduated summa cum laude from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell in 2009 with degrees in History and Criminal Justice, and summa cum laude in 2012 from Suffolk University Law School. During his undergraduate and law school years, he worked as a part-time police officer for the Danville Police Department and the New Hampshire Marine Patrol, where he patrolled the seacoast.
Eric is proud to be a part of the DTC Team and feels fortunate to work with municipalities, individuals, and institutions throughout New England in a pragmatic and cost-effective manner. He currently resides in Lee with his wife, his daughter, and his Plott Hound, and enjoys creative writing, hiking, and playing guitar in his free time.