Jeffrey R. Wasson is an Associate at Sulloway & Hollis. He works with a broad base of clients, including businesses, public entities, insurance companies, non-profit organizations, and individuals in business, regulatory, and litigation matters. He serves clients throughout New Hampshire from our Concord, NH office.

Mr. Wasson received his Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude, from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. His academic prowess earned him recognition as a William H. Pedrick Scholar and membership on the Disability Law Executive Board.

Following his law school tenure, Mr. Wasson clerked at numerous appellate courts, solidifying his legal foundation. Notably, he held Judicial Clerkship positions at the New Hampshire Supreme Court, providing invaluable support to Justice Patrick E. Donovan. Additionally, Jeff honed his skills at the Arizona Court of Appeals, where he clerked for Judges James B. Morse Jr. and David D. Weinzweig. Complementing these experiences, he served as a law clerk at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office, Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, and the United States Attorney’s Office – Criminal Division in Phoenix, Arizona.

Prior to law school, Jeff attended Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Political Science/History and a Master of Arts in History.

Outside the legal realm, Jeff proudly serves his country as an enlisted member of the United States Army Reserve based out of Fort Devens. Jeff recently had his “green” to “gold” application accepted and will attend the Army’s Officer Candidate School—an institution renowned for cultivating leaders capable of commanding in diverse, high-stakes environments. Upon graduation from OCS as a commissioned Engineer Officer, he will be primed to lead with confidence and efficacy, regardless of the circumstances.

An accomplished multi-sport athlete, Jeff captained the Clark University varsity Lacrosse team. He was twice recognized as an “All Conference” Player and won the Russ Granger award as the university’s top male athlete. Although his playing days have drawn to a close, Jeff’s love for the sport remains undiminished. He has seamlessly transitioned his passion into coaching, imparting his expertise to both collegiate and high school-level Lacrosse players. Jeff currently serves as the Head Coach for the Haverhill High School Boys Lacrosse team and coaches with the HGR club program, where he continues to inspire and develop emerging talent.

Beyond his professional commitments, Jeff and his wife are relishing the joy that comes with their newfound roles as parents, having welcomed their son Rory over the summer. While spare time is a rare commodity, Jeff manages to carve out time for men’s league hockey and hikes with his dog Hank.

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