Sean Locke is a civil rights attorney working on behalf of the public to protect people from discrimination. Prior to this, he spent several years as a prosecutor working in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels, served as a law clerk for a justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, and completed a legal assistance fellowship where he represented people with disabilities fighting discrimination in housing. He has edited and updated legal texts that provide guidance on areas of law, such as housing discrimination, and presented on various legal issues that affect New Hampshire.
He graduated from Tufts University in 2008 with his bachelor's degree in history and Boston University School of Law in 2013 with his Juris Doctor. In law school, he interned with disability-rights organization, a federal judge, and the United States Attorney's Office in Massachusetts. In both college and law school, he was active in LGBTQ+ organizing on campus and in the local community.
Sean is a New Hampshire native and committed to making his home state a better place for all.