School Law

Lewis Soule’s practice in School and Municipal Law began in 1955.  Since our firm’s formation over 60 years ago, we have maintained a deep commitment to helping guide New Hampshire’s school districts and towns through the most complex of legal issues.  Approximately 75% of our firm’s practice is based around representing New Hampshire’s school districts and towns.  From basic legal questions and guidance to multi-million dollar contract disputes and litigation, our firm has taken on every legal issue your school district is likely to face.  Our deep commitment to New Hampshire schools is evident through our long list of legal cases our firm has tried over the last 60 years.  We provide services on employment law issues, the Affordable Care Act, zoning and subdivision law, special education, collective bargaining, and a multitude of other issues.  We have a deep passion for this area of the law, and we believe it shows through our results and our client satisfaction.

For over sixty years,
we have proudly
and successfully
helped shape the
law in a long list of
court cases
on behalf of
our clients.

We have proudly served our clients for over 60 years

MAIN OFFICE: 220 Main Street, Salem, NH 03079Tel: 603-898-9776 Fax: 603-898-3418 R/E Fax: 603-893-7678 BRANCH OFFICE: 22 South Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894 Tel: 603-569-8044 Fax: 603-569-2137

COVID-19 Firm Operations

For the protection of our staff and clients, as well as the general public, our offices will be limiting face-to-face contact consistent with CDC and OSHA guidance and guidelines on Coronavirus (COVID-19). As such, we are asking that all clients and others who may have any reason to come to our offices please communicate with us by phone or e-mail to the fullest extent possible. Although our attorneys are generally working remotely at this time, we are still taking on new clients. Any potential clients interested in working with our firm may call our Salem office at (603) 898-9776 to be directed to the appropriate attorney to help with their legal issue, or may use the contact form on this website. We are happy to meet with you virtually (via Skype, Facetime, or Zoom) or telephonically to discuss your legal issue.