Attorney Amy Connolly is the owner and managing partner of Connolly Law, PLLC, a boutique marital law firm located in Exeter, New Hampshire. Her firm specializes in complex matrimonial litigation and provides mediation services.
Attorney Connolly has earned an AV Preeminent® rating by Martindale-Hubbell. This is the highest peer rating standard. This rating signifies Attorney Connolly’s peers ranked her at the highest level of professional excellence for her legal knowledge, communication skills and ethical standards.
Attorney Amy Connolly is the only Board-Certified Family Trial Lawyer in New Hampshire certified by the ABA accredited National Board of Trial Advocacy. This accreditation qualifies her as a specialist in the area of Family Trial Law.
Attorney Connolly has successfully represented marital clients in the Circuit Court-Family Division, Superior Court and the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Attorney Connolly is also a mediator and helps litigants settle cases outside of the court system. Attorney Connolly was editor-in-chief and co-author of an award-winning publication in Collaborative Practice.
In the legal community, Attorney Connolly serves on the Board of Governors for the New Hampshire Association for Justice (NHAJ). On NHAJ, she serves as the chair of the Family Law peer group as well as the chair for the NHAJ Annual Family Law Seminar. Attorney Connolly is a sustaining member of the Women’s Bar Association, and former board member of both the Rockingham County Bar Association and New Hampshire Collaborative Law Alliance. Attorney Connolly is also a current member of the Charles Does Inns of Court.
Attorney Connolly is an alumni of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Leadership Academy. She earned her JD from the University of New Hampshire School of Law and her bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire. In law school, Attorney Connolly was a senior editor on Pierce Law Review. She also was a member of Moot Court where she won national awards in legal writing and oral advocacy.