Meredith Farrell Goldstein

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Phone: 603.223.9183
Fax: 603-223-9083



Meredith advises clients on a variety of matters including commercial and residential real estate disputes, land use, municipal law, trademark and trade dress infringement, and general civil litigation.

Past Experience

Meredith is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire School of Law and the Daniel Webster Scholars Honors Program. While in law school she completed legal residencies at the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of New Hampshire, BAE Systems, and with the Honorable Judge Laplante in the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire. Meredith was a member of the University of New Hampshire School of Law Moot Court Team and the Women’s Law Student Association.


A lifelong resident of New Hampshire, Meredith enjoys travel, running, and spending time with her husband and their dog, Ellie.

Professional and Community Involvement

Professional Involvement

  • PR Committee Chair, New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association
  • Concord Young Professionals Steering Committee Member

Community Involvement

  • University of New Hampshire School of Law Moot Court Coach
  • Past Intern at the New Hampshire Fisher Cats and Game-Day Employee

Honors & Distinctions

  • Super Lawyers “Rising Star” since 2021
  • Concord Young Professional of the Month January 2023
  • Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition- Regional Best Oral Argument Winner
  • Marist College Communications Capstone Best Qualitative Research Award, 2016
  • Daniel Webster Scholars Honors Program


  • Active Author for Orr & Reno Employment Law Blog
  • A Practical Guide To Divorce In New Hampshire – Chapters on Pre and Postnuptial Agreements and Financial Affidavits, published by MCLE New England, December 2009 (as supplemented in 2021)

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