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Attorney and counselor at law is not just what’s on my business cards. To me the name is more than just a title, it is the fundamental role of an attorney. As an attorney, I seek to provide my clients with effective and zealous representation. As a counselor, I strive to provide compassionate and practical guidance to my clients as they encounter the legal system.
— Thomas M. Rogers

Thomas M. Rogers, Esq.

Attorney Thomas Rogers is a multi-practice New Hampshire attorney with a focus on criminal defense and family law. 


Attorney Rogers obtained his Bachelor of Arts from the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. He graduated Cum Laude with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Justice Studies. He pursued his legal education at the University Of New Hampshire School Of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctorate. While at the University Of New Hampshire School Of Law, Attorney Rogers acted as a Rule 36 Student Attorney, serving the primary functions of a criminal defense attorney and appearing before the court while still a student.


Since his admission to the New Hampshire Bar Association, Attorney Rogers has served his clients' needs in a wide variety of legal matters across multiple practice areas. In addition to his experience acquired as a barred attorney, Attorney Rogers has had a wide variety of experience in both civil and criminal law. He has worked for the law firm of Caruso Smith Picini, the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, and at the University Of New Hampshire School Of Law Criminal Practice Clinic. While working for Caruso Smith Picini in Fairfield, NJ, Attorney Rogers served as a law clerk in a busy mid-sized law office. There, he gained significant insight and experience while working on cases primarily in the area of asbestos defense litigation, as well as insurance and personal injury matters.

Attorney Rogers has also served as a legal intern for the Special Victims Unit of the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office in Newark, NJ. There he became intimately acquainted with the workings of police investigations and the styles, strategies, and methods of the prosecution. Although Attorney Rogers has worked State side, his true passion is the continuation and preservation of liberty. He truly excels in his passion for criminal law and helping clients protect their liberty interests. While acting as a Rule 36 Student Attorney, he had the pleasure of successfully serving the liberty interests of many clients during his time at the UNH Law Criminal Practice Clinic and continues to do so today as an attorney for McDonald, Rogers & Lorman. 

Admissions & Memberships

Attorney Rogers is admitted to practice law in all courts in the state of New Hampshire. He is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association, and maintains a New Hampshire Bar Section Membership in the New Hampshire Bar Family Law Section. 


Attorney Rogers is an amateur artist on his down time and can also be usually found at the gym or in philosophical debate with good friends. A stoic believer in the virtue that the point of this life is to leave the world better than when you found it, he has a lifelong interest in pursuing the law to improve the lives of others. Committed to his deeply held beliefs, he is dedicated to achieving the best results for his clients whatever their needs might be.