KIRSTEN B. WILSON JOINS NELSON KINDER MOSSEAU & SATURLEY, P.C.
(Manchester, NH | Boston, MA)Â Nelson, Kinder, Mosseau & Saturley, P.C. is pleased to welcome Kirsten B. Wilson as Of Counsel to the firm. Ms. Wilson joins NKMS’s talented staff of attorneys from her previous position at the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office.
While representing the State of New Hampshire as Senior Assistant Attorney General, Ms. Wilson worked in the Homicide Unit, most recently as lead counsel for the first capital murder case tried to conviction in New Hampshire in the last 50 years. Her extensive experience also includes matters of white-collar theft, public integrity offenses, and criminal appeals to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Ms. Wilson’s familiarity with complex litigation includes detailed analysis of over one million pages of documents spanning periods of up to twenty years.
Kirsten graduated with Dean’s List honors from New England School of Law, where she was an editor for the Environmental Law Forum and a legal discussion supervisor for Boston High School. She has authored several scholarly articles in the New Hampshire Bar Journal, on a variety of topics. She was named by the Union Leader as a member of the “40 under 40″ class of 2009.
On July 31st of this year, Ms. Wilson accepted an award for Outstanding Advocacy in Capital Cases from the Association of Government Attorneys in Capital Litigation’s (AGACL) Board of Directors. This honor was awarded on behalf of the New Hampshire Attorney General’s trial teams of State v. Brooks and State v. Addison. The ceremony was held at the annual AGACL conference in Miami, Florida. The AGACL receives hundreds of nominations each year for trial teams involved in death penalty cases from around the United States.
“Kirsten’s impressive experience and work ethic are a natural fit with the firm. She will work as a key player in our practice group dedicated to Professional Liability and Discipline, and we are pleased to have her aboard. We anticipate her experience and knowledge of the law, and her familiarity with complex matters, will greatly assist both current and potential clients of the firm,” said William Saturley, President of NKMS.