43 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
Susan V. Duprey
Susan Duprey concentrates her law practice in zoning and planning issues, municipal law and commercial real estate. She specializes in obtaining approvals in difficult settings and for sensitive projects. She has represented numerous local, regional and national developers in obtaining zoning and planning approvals to construct complex and multi-use real estate projects. Her expertise in the municipal arena derives, in part, from the 6-year term she served as a member of the Planning Board and the Heritage Commission of the City of Concord, the State's capitol. As a Planning Board member, she led a significant community-wide effort to revise the City’s Master Plan. She was also twice elected and served as a City Councilor for the City of Concord for three years. Susan was recognized for her work in the municipal field when New Hampshire Magazine named her "Ideal Lawyer" in the Town Lawyer category in 2003.
As president of Devine Millimet from 1998-2005, Susan was instrumental in the development of the firm's reputation and the specialization of its lawyers. During this time, she directed the firm's continued growth throughout the region.
Susan is currently a senior advisor to Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romey. She has extensive experience in grass roots strategy, collaboration & success in accomplishing the objectives of complicated projects, and non-profit leadership.
Susan's leadership role extends to the community, the Bar and Republican politics. She currently serves on the Board of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc. and on the Advisory Board of Ocean Bank, a division of People's United Bank. Susan was recently appointed to the Manchester Development Corporation by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, serves on the Board of the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts, and is a trustee of the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society. She is a past Board Chair of Heritage United Way, the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, and the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Foundation. She was recognized in Woodward & White's Best Lawyers in America® 2011 and was named one of the 30 Most Powerful Women in New Hampshire by New Hampshire Editions Magazine. Susan continues to serve on numerous Republican political campaigns on both the national and state levels. She recently served as Treasurer of the Ovide Lamontagne for Senate Campaign and on the Finance Committee of the Guinta for Congress Campaign. She was on the steering committee of McCain for President and formerly served as the New Hampshire Finance Committee co-chair of the Bush-Cheney 2004 Presidential Campaign and as a member of the Bush-Cheney 2004 Steering Committee.