Kelleigh Domaingue Murphy is an attorney in Southern New Hampshire, practicing in the areas of mediation and domestic relations. She graduated from Boston College in 2000 with a B.A. in Political Science, and later attended law School at the University of Richmond T.C. Williams School of Law, where she was the Barnett Moot Court Champion, a finalist in the Environmental Negotiation Competition, and member of the Richmond Law Review. She graduated with a Juris Doctorate from Vermont Law School in 2004. A 2006 designee as one of New Hampshire’s 40 Most Influential People Under Forty, she has served as both a School Board Member and an Alderman in the City of Manchester. Attorney Domaingue Murphy is the founder and former Vice President of the Southern New Hampshire Women’s Business Network, as well as the founder and current Chairman of the Manchvegas Red Carpet Gala Committee, which hosts an annual Oscar Night Gala that raises money for the New Hampshire Food Bank. She is active in her community, and in 2009 received the Key to the City of Manchester for her outstanding public service. She currently lives in Bedford, New Hampshire, with her family.
The Law Offices of Kelleigh Domaingue Murphy, PLLC, was founded in 2010 to provide mediation and domestic relations services throughout Southern New Hampshire. Attorney Domaingue Murphy brings years of domestic relations, personal injury, corporate advisement and complex litigation experience to the table.
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