Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C. welcomes Kelsey E. Sullivan
Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C. welcomes Kelsey E. Sullivan

Concord, NH – July 1, 2019:  Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C., a leading full-service law firm based in Concord, New Hampshire with offices in Nashua, Boston and Montpelier, VT, announced today that Kelsey E. Sullivan has joined the Firm as an Associate Attorney.  She will practice as a member of the firm’s Energy, Tax and Business Practice Groups.

“We are pleased that Kelsey has joined our Firm,” said Chris Sullivan, the Firm’s President.  “Kelsey brings to us a strong interest in energy and environmental law and we look forward to the years ahead as she joins these robust areas of the Firm as well as broadens her experience in other areas of the law”.

Kelsey is a graduate of the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program at the University of New Hampshire School of Law. As a member of this program, she gained hands-on exposure to many practice areas through simulated and clinical settings and compiled a portfolio of practical legal work. Kelsey was also a Senior Editor of the UNH Law Review.

Kelsey is a member of the New Hampshire bar.  She will be working out of our Concord, New Hampshire office and may be contacted by phone at (603) 226-2600 or by e-mail at

About Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C:  The firm provides clients with a comprehensive, solution-oriented approach to law, merging traditional legal practice with legislative and public policy expertise.  We have earned a reputation for achieving client success through skillful and creative advocacy in private party negotiations, before courts, regulatory agencies and legislatures. Our professionals are leaders in key sectors of our economy where business and government intersect.

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