Juli D. Hincks, Esquire

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Juli D. Hincks joined Butenhof & Bomster, PC in 2015.  Prior to joining the firm she was a legal resident at our law firm and an intern at New Futures, the New Hampshire Disability Rights Center and New Hampshire Legal Assistance.  She received her J.D. from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 2015, graduating with honors as a member of the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program.  During law school, Juli served as president of the Women’s Law Student Association and the Public Interest Coalition, and received the National Association of Women Lawyers Award for contributing to the advancement of women in society. She was a teaching assistant for Legal Research. During her legal residency at Butenhof & Bomster, Juli worked with firm partner Judith L. Bomster to publish “ABLE Accounts: A New Tool to Enable Independence” in the New Hampshire Bar Journal. 

Juli is admitted to practice in New Hampshire.  She is a member of the Elder Law, Estate Planning and Probate section and the Mental and Physical Disabilities Law section of the New Hampshire Bar Association, and is also a member of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association.  Juli volunteers her time as a domestic violence and sexual assault advocate and  has a strong interest in issues related to behavioral and mental health.

Prior to entering law school, Juli worked in the field of donor engagement and stewardship for Dartmouth College and in the library field for YBP Library Services and Dartmouth College. She received her Master of Science in Library & Information Science from Simmons College in 2000 and her Bachelor of Arts in Social Psychology from Dartmouth College in 1995.