Program Manager, Franklin Pierce Center for IP
and Faculty Assistant
Lawrie aids the intellectual property faculty with administrative tasks as well as assisting in the operations of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property.
Prior to joining UNH School of Law in 2011, Lawrie worked for the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office as a paralegal in the criminal, environmental and consumer bureaus for 10 years. She assisted in some of the state’s most notable homicide cases. She also has experience with employment matters, bankruptcy, environmental crimes, and administrative prosecutions. Lawrie is a member of the Paralegal Association of New Hampshire.
She enjoys fashion, accessories and interior design, as well as crafts, knitting, and crocheting. Fall is her favorite season, but she loves to ski in the winter and garden in the spring.