Corey Belobrow is now of counsel. He has represented individuals and institutions in civil litigation matters since 1981. His practice has focused on personal injury, workers’ compensation, and civil rights litigation. He has been recognized eight times in “Superlawyers”® Magazine, which uses a merit-based peer rating system to select lawyers for its publication.
Corey was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated Cum Laude from the State University of New York (S.U.N.Y.) at Buffalo, and attended Boston University Law School. Corey graduated from Boston University Law School in 1981, and was admitted to practice in New Hampshire that same year. He was an Assistant County Attorney in Montgomery County, Maryland from 1982-1986. Corey returned to New Hampshire in 1986 and has lived and practiced law here since then. He practiced in Manchester from 1986-2004.
Corey lives in Concord. He has served on the Board of Directors of Granite State Independent Living (GSIL), Bancroft Products and the New Hampshire Rehabilitation Association. He has been appointed to several different committees of the New Hampshire Bar Association. His committee work includes serving as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Bar Association’s Continuing Legal Education Committee. He has also been appointed by the New Hampshire Supreme Court to serve on the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Committee.
Corey is also an avid bicyclist. He began riding the Pan Mass Challenge in 2004 to raise money for cancer research and treatment, covering the 185 miles from Sturbridge to Provincetown, Massachusetts. He has raised almost $120,000.00 over his eleven PMC rides.