Attorney at Law
Amy Manzelli is known for getting results in matters both complex and simple. Attorney and part owner of BCM Environmental & Land Law, PLLC, Amy practices energy, environmental, conservation, and all manner of land law throughout New Hampshire and Maine. Based out of the Concord, NH office, Amy does transactional work as well as litigation and administrative work before municipal boards, state agencies, and courts.
Amy is a dynamic presence in the legal community. She is a sought-after presenter at environmental, agricultural, and land use seminars and conferences. She is an active member of the New Hampshire Bar Association, including its sections on Environment and Energy and Municipal & Governmental Law, having co-chaired the former. Amy currently serves as the President of Board of New Hampshire Agrarian Commons.
Amy earned a B.A. in Spanish, with a minor in Biology, and a B.S. in Environmental Conservation in 1998 from the University of New Hampshire, where she is now a Distinguished Alumna. She earned her J.D. in 2005 and her Masters in Environmental Law in 2007, both from Vermont Law School.
Previously, Amy served as an appointee of Governor Lynch on the New Hampshire Water Sustainability Commission; as an appointee of the New Hampshire Senate President on the Residential Ratepayers Advisory Board representing the Environment; and for over two years on the legislative (HB1295) Stormwater Commission, representing the New Hampshire Business and Industry Association, which honored her with an Above and Beyond Award for her service. Amy was named to the New Hampshire Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty list for 2016. Amy served on the Board of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire and completed her tenure as President for several years. She represents victims of domestic violence pro bono as part of the New Hampshire Bar Association DOVE program.
She makes her home in Pembroke, NH, along with her husband, two children, rescued dog, and hens. Amy enjoys family time, watching her solar panels make energy, cooking and eating local food, sweating in her gardens, hiking, biking, and travel.
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Master's in Environmental Law - Vermont Law and Graduate School, 2007
J.D. - Vermont Law and Graduate School, 2005
B.S. in Environmental Conservation - University of New Hampshire, 1998
B.A. in Spanish - University of New Hampshire, 1998
New Hampshire Bar Association
Environment & Energy Section
Municipal & Governmental Law Section
Domestic Violence Emergency (DOVE) Project
Board President, Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire