Welcome to Wadleigh, Starr & Peters, P.L.L.C. We are delighted that you are considering employment with us.

When David Taggart and George Bingham joined as partners in 1899, they started what has become one of the oldest and largest law firms in the State of New Hampshire. We take pride in our historical ties with the State of New Hampshire, the City of Manchester and in providing excellent legal services to our clients in New Hampshire and beyond. We also take pride in our strong civic ties to the community. Members of the firm volunteer their services to the community through participation in civic, charitable, and political endeavors. This tradition of public service dates back to George Bingham, who served as both a justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and a judge of the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals. Other members of the firm have served with distinction as judges, Attorneys General, and members of the United States Congress. We draw on our vast experience and historical perspective to address the ever-shifting demands of this challenging and rewarding profession.

Our clients look to us for excellence in all areas of legal practice and for practical, results oriented representation. To serve our clients, we need people who are knowledgeable, driven, results-oriented, ethical and honest.


Wadleigh, Starr & Peters, P.L.L.C. is a long standing, well-recognized general practice firm with an excellent reputation for providing valuable legal services to our clients.  

We currently have filled our associate positions and are not actively hiring at this time.

Professional Staff

It takes more than lawyers to build a great law firm. Working alongside the best and brightest attorneys, are the best and brightest professional and support staffs in a variety of positions, including paralegal, secretarial and accounting. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, along with a casual, collegial work environment.

We currently do not have any openings for non-attorney staff. Please check back at another time for current openings.