Edward F. Patch

Attorney Awards


Lead Articles Editor, New England Law Review, 1986-1987. Author: "Addressing Computer Crime: The Problems with Comprehensive New Criminal Statutes - The Advantages to a Multifaceted Approach," 21 New England Law Review 759, 1986. Co-Author: "Workers Compensation: The Role of Employee Fault In Determining Compensability," 30 New Hampshire Bar Journal 31, 1988.

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Insurance Defense
  • Workers Compensation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
866-757-2330  Phone
603-647-2600  Phone
University Attended:
Bowdoin College, B.A., 1972
Law School Attended:
New England School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 1987
Year of First Admission:
1987, New Hampshire; 1992, Massachusetts
Manchester, New Hampshire (Member, Workers Compensation Section) and American Bar Associations.
Birth Information:
Revere, Massachusetts, July 10, 1950

Peer Reviews

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Manchester, New Hampshire

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