Attorney Sheridan T. Brown is committed to the practice of law as a public service. In addition to offering traditional legal services, his practice includes community relations with the goal of making all levels of government more accessible and responsive to constituents. In 2014, he was among recipients of the Union Leader Newspaper’s “40 Under Forty” award, which, as described by the paper, “recognizes some of the state’s brightest young achievers who have a record of professional and volunteer accomplishments in New Hampshire.”
Prior to entering legal practice, Attorney Brown served as a non-partisan aide to United States Senator John E. Sununu from 1999-2009. In that role, he handled a diverse portfolio of work that included environmental, healthcare, and federal grant support projects. He has worked with a number of federal and state administrative agencies, municipalities, and nonprofit organizations in a wide variety of matters.
In addition to interceding on behalf of entities and individuals to resolve problems with agencies, he has helped secure millions of dollars in funding for community projects. During the past two legislative sessions, Attorney Brown has also led efforts in support of major environmental legislation protecting New Hampshire wildlife from toxic lead (Pb) fishing tackle and safeguarding the state’s natural resources against an oil spill by improving preparedness measures.
- State of New Hampshire, 2008
- U.S. District Court for New Hampshire, 2008
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 2008
Affiliations & Volunteerism
- Town of Grantham, NH — Former Selectman, Conservation Commission Member, and Zoning Board Member. Current Town Coordinator for Sawyer Brook Headwaters Conservation Project.
- Grantham Bird Club — Founder
- Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust — Member, Outreach Committee
- New Hampshire Wetlands Council — Former Elected Official Member (appointed by Governor Maggie Hassan, confirmed by Executive Council in 2016)
- New Hampshire Municipal Association — Former Member, Legislative Policy Committee for Infrastructure, Development, and Land Use
- Audubon Society of New Hampshire
- Policy Committee — Former Member
- Volunteer Threatened and Endangered Species Monitor since 2001.
- Golden Binocular Award for volunteerism, 2001.
- Led successful efforts twice, pro bono, to defeat New Hampshire legislation legalizing the taking of wild owls for falconry, 2012 & 2013.
- New Hampshire Bar Association — Member
- National Migratory Bird Conservation Commission — New Hampshire Delegate, 2006.
- Mountain Birdwatch — Volunteer Bicknell’s Thrush Monitor, White Mountain National Forest, 2005.