Caroline K. Brown

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Phone: 603.223.9106
Fax: 603.223.9006



Caroline is a trial lawyer with a focus on divorce, family law, and criminal defense. Her extensive courtroom experience includes jury and bench trials throughout the state of New Hampshire.

Past Experience

  • Offices of the New Hampshire Public Defender (NHPD)
  • Representated individuals charged with homicides, felonies, misdemeanors and motor vehicle offences
  • Manager, the NHPD offices at Laconia and Littleton


During Caroline’s free time she likes to water ski, hike and spend time with family.

Personal Qualities

Caroline is a firm believer in alternative dispute resolution, particularly in the area of family law. Her trial preparation skills are a clear asset to clients when preparing a case for mediation or negotiation, and her trial skills have proved to be invaluable in cases that ultimately need to be resolved in the courtroom.

Professional and Community Involvement

Professional Involvement

  • Member, The American Academy of Certified Financial Litigators
  • Member, Central New Hampshire Collaborative Practice Group
  • Member, New Hampshire Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Adjunct Professor in American Government, Manchester Community College
  • Member, Family Law Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association

Community Involvement

  • Board Member, Hearth Media Initiative
  • Past Board Member, Hear in New Hampshire
  • Board Member, Second Start

Honors & Distinctions

  • Judge, American Mock Trial Tournament, St. Anselm College
  • Center for Children’s Rights Whittier Law Fellow
  • Certified Financial Litigator

Speaking Engagements

  • National Business Institute: How to Get Your Social Media, Email and Text Evidence Admitted
  • Concord Chamber of Commerce: When Family and Criminal Law Creep into the Workplace
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