Barbara Heggie

Barbara Heggie

Adjunct Professor

Attorney Barbara Heggie is a supervising attorney at New Hampshire’s 603 Legal Aid and the coordinator of its Low-Income Taxpayer Project. Her work focuses primarily on federal tax controversy representation, including collections cases, audits, innocent spouse requests, identity theft, and worker classification. In addition, she presents classes on the basics of the American tax system to people who speak English as a second language. Prior to her tax clinic work, she served as Volunteer Attorney Coordinator for the Legal Advice & Referral Center, practiced family-based immigration law, and clerked for Justice William R. Johnson on the New Hampshire Supreme Court. She has also earned certification as a family mediator and has written briefs and motions for the New Hampshire Department of Justice and a number of private attorneys. At UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, Ms. Heggie has taught the tax practicum course, as well as legal writing. She is a graduate of Duke University School of Law and Bryn Mawr College.

Law Degree

  • J.D., Duke University

Courses Taught

  • Federal Low-Income Taxpayer Practicum