Joseph W. Conti

Joe ContiEmail: jconti@lawyersnh.com  |  download vcard

Joe joined the firm in January 2021. He focuses his practice in Real Estate and Business Law.

Attorney Conti has negotiated contracts and other legal documents for a multinational company and successfully worked on matters with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Joe was also a co-chair of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s New Lawyer’s Committee. He was awarded the Concord, New Hampshire young professional of the month for August 2018.

Joe attended the University of New Hampshire School of Law, where he participated in teen court, and the student bar association.

Joe is admitted to practice in New Hampshire and the United States District Court for New Hampshire.

Attorney Conti is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University with a Bachelor of Science degree in physics and a minor in secondary education.

He is from Mullica Hill, New Jersey and currently lives in Bow, New Hampshire with his wife Sara, dog Cooper, and cat Turtle. Joe is entering his third season as the head varsity swim coach at Derryfield School. In his free time, you will find Joe rooting for Philadelphia sports teams, and playing with his four nieces and nephews.


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