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J. Leonard Sweeney III

About J. Sweeney

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Leonard Sweeney, III, Esquire


J. Leonard Sweeney, III, Esquire
Providence College, B.A. 1991
Franklin Pierce Law Center, J.D. 1994




Professional Memberships:

  • American, New Hampshire & Nashua Bar Associations
  • American, New England & NH Land Title Associations
       Treasurer NH Land Title Association, 1996 -1997
  • New England and NH Mortgage Bankers Associations
  • New Hampshire Board of Realtors
  • Greater Manchester - Nashua Board of Realtors
       Professional Conduct Committee Member

Community Involvement:

  • French Hill Neighborhood Housing Authority Board of Directors
  • Greater Nashua Housing Authority Board of Directors
  • American Cancer Society Board of Directors, NH Chapter
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Nashua, Inc., Board of Directors
  • Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce
  • Nashua Rotary West
  • Assistant Coach/Nashua High School Lacrosse team

Attorney "J. L." Sweeney concentrates his practice in all areas of Real Estate Law and Personal Injury Law. After admission to the New Hampshire Bar Association in 1994, he joined his father, Jay Sweeney, in the existing law firm established in 1934 by his grandfather, J. Leonard Sweeney, Sr. In 1964, Sweeney & Sweeney added its title research and closing services division. Over the past 35 plus years they have established themselves as New Hampshire's Title and Closing Company, representing major lenders thoughout the country. Their commitment to ongoing professional education, maintaining state of the art technology, and attention to client service has made them a leader in the industry.

J. L. is very active within the community. He writes a weekly real estate information article which appears in the Nashua Telegraph. As co-captain of the NCAA Division I Lacrosse team during his final year at Providence College, he has carried his love of the sport with him into his professional life, by volunteering as a coach for the local high school team, helping to bring the team to the state championships in 1998. He is also fast becoming an excellent fly fisherman and enjoys snowboarding and golf.