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Shaheen & Gordon’s Manchester Office Secures New Downtown Space

Shaheen & Gordon is excited to announce it is moving its Manchester office to 1155 Elm Street on August 1.

The move combines two existing offices: Shaheen & Gordon’s prior Manchester space at 180 Bridge Street and the office of Borofsky, Amodeo-Vickery, & Bandazian located at 708 Pine Street, whose attorneys and staff joined our firm in January of this year.

“We outgrew our current space much faster than anticipated, having moved just four years ago to Bridge Street,” says Shaheen & Gordon Managing Partner Michael Noonan.

That was during the pandemic, and when many businesses were downsizing, Shaheen & Gordon was doing the opposite. The firm refused to lay anyone off during this time and experienced significant growth. The new space and building provide the opportunity for that growth to continue.

“Although we’re only moving a minute down the street, this prime downtown location reflects our commitment to being part of the economic and cultural heart of Manchester,” adds Noonan. “We’ve also focused on our clients’ convenience and are proud to say we’ll have dedicated garage parking for them—a limited resource in the city.”

Shaheen & Gordon was founded on the belief that clients come first and is proud to provide a full range of legal services. Out of the gate, the firm will have ten attorneys permanently based in the new Manchester office.

  • Attorney Ron Abramson, Immigration
  • Attorney Crystal Maldonado, Family Law
  • Attorney Christopher Bandazian, Workers’ Compensation & Personal Injury
  • Attorney Stephen Borofsky, Personal Injury
  • Attorney Andrea Amodeo-Vickey, Personal Injury & Criminal Defense
  • Attorney Heather Menezes, Personal Injury
  • Attorney Laura Tetrault, Estate Planning
  • Attorney Jocelyn Frawley, Estate Planning
  • Attorney Tayla George, Immigration
  • Attorney Gordon Unzen, Workers’ Compensation & Social Security Disability

Stay tuned for our grand opening celebration following our move.