Drummond Woodsum Attorneys at Law

Portland, ME        207.772.1941
Portsmouth, NH        603.433.3317
Manchester, NH        603.716.2895
Lebanon, NH        603.448.2221
800.727.1941




ADELE M. FULTON

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603.448.2221 Phone
603.448.5949 Fax

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78 Bank Street
Lebanon, NH 03766


Assistant: Ann Kerrigan




PRACTICE AREAS

Municipal Law

EDUCATION

Westmont College, B.A., 1979

Vermont Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1993


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

New Hampshire
Vermont (inactive)
U.S. District Court, State of New Hampshire

MEMBERSHIPS

New Hampshire Bar Association

Grafton County (NH) Bar Association

International Association of Assessing Officials



PRACTICE AREAS

Municipal Law

EDUCATION

Westmont College, B.A., 1979

Vermont Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1993


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

New Hampshire
Vermont (inactive)
U.S. District Court, State of New Hampshire

MEMBERSHIPS

New Hampshire Bar Association

Grafton County (NH) Bar Association

International Association of Assessing Officials



Adele M. Fulton practiced municipal law in New Hampshire for 25 years with the preeminent municipal law firm of Gardner Fulton & Waugh PLLC headquartered in Lebanon, NH which merged with Drummond Woodsum in 2019. Adele will continue her role as a leading municipal lawyer in New Hampshire with Drummond Woodsum. 
 
Adele's practice has emphasized property taxation, general litigation, real estate (including airports), contracts, land use and eminent domain. She specializes in complex property tax matters involving either assessing or exemption issues and has represented municipalities in hundreds of tax disputes involving a wide variety of commercial properties and those owned or used by nonprofit organizations.
 
Adele has given seminars on tax and land use topics to municipal officials and attorneys, lectured at Vermont Law School and testified before legislative committees in Concord, New Hampshire regarding pending legislation on behalf of municipal clients.
 
During law school, Adele's studies emphasized government and administrative law and she was given an award for academic excellence in public international law. She graduated from Vermont Law School with honors in 1993 and began to practice municipal law that same year with Laurence Gardner, thereafter becoming managing partner of their firm in 1995. During her tenure as managing partner from 1995 through 2018, the law firm focused its entire practice on municipal law, eventually adding school law as a related area of practice. Adele has served as a member of a local planning board, a committee that reviewed real property assessment functions as well as other committees in the town where she resides.

Adele M. Fulton practiced municipal law in New Hampshire for 25 years with the preeminent municipal law firm of Gardner Fulton & Waugh PLLC headquartered in Lebanon, NH which merged with Drummond Woodsum in 2019. Adele will continue her role as a leading municipal lawyer in New Hampshire with Drummond Woodsum. 
 
Adele's practice has emphasized property taxation, general litigation, real estate (including airports), contracts, land use and eminent domain. She specializes in complex property tax matters involving either assessing or exemption issues and has represented municipalities in hundreds of tax disputes involving a wide variety of commercial properties and those owned or used by nonprofit organizations.
 
Adele has given seminars on tax and land use topics to municipal officials and attorneys, lectured at Vermont Law School and testified before legislative committees in Concord, New Hampshire regarding pending legislation on behalf of municipal clients.
 
During law school, Adele's studies emphasized government and administrative law and she was given an award for academic excellence in public international law. She graduated from Vermont Law School with honors in 1993 and began to practice municipal law that same year with Laurence Gardner, thereafter becoming managing partner of their firm in 1995. During her tenure as managing partner from 1995 through 2018, the law firm focused its entire practice on municipal law, eventually adding school law as a related area of practice. Adele has served as a member of a local planning board, a committee that reviewed real property assessment functions as well as other committees in the town where she resides.




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