McLane Middleton’s long-standing tradition of giving back to the community has roots in the firm’s founder Judge McLane’s work in establishing the New Hampshire  Children’s Aid Society, now known as Waypoint.  Commitment to the community is more than a continuing tradition, it is a serious focus at McLane Middleton.  The services the firm provides to the community are personal and guided by the interests of the people who work there.  In some way the people at McLane Middleton are involved in over 100 community organizations, serving on numerous wide ranging charitable boards and committees, from school boards to athletic and cultural organizations.