Michael DeLucia earned his Ph.D. (history) from Brown University, his J.D. from Boston College Law School, and his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University (Phi Beta Kappa). He currently is a Trustee of the Agnes Lindsay Trust, which has distributed approximately $40,000,000 to charitable entities during the past 30 years.
He served as Senior Assistant Attorney General at the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office. He was a speaker at conferences organized by the American Bar Association and the Association of Professional Fundraisers on topics that included mergers, insider trading, fiduciary duties and healthcare issues. He was elected President of the National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO). He received the New Hampshire Bar Association’s President’s Award for Distinguished Service to the Legal Profession.
He served on the Fulbright Association’s board of directors in the 1990’s, served as its Vice President for Legal Affairs, and served as President of the National Fulbright Association. He awarded the first Fulbright Prize for International Understanding to Nelson Mandela.
He is an adjunct faculty member of St. Anselm College. He was a long-time executive editor of the NH Bar Journal, managing a board of editors, producing four scholarly journals annually, and writing his own columns regularly on legal and ethical issues.
He and his wife, Alice, have three adult children, Laura, Christine and Stephen.
He is an avid photographer, beginning in Paris in 1969 with photos of French student demonstrations; a Russian wedding in Estonia; fishermen in South Boston; the remnants of Tiberius Caesar’s palace on the Isle of Capri; and a Benedictine Abbey high in the mountains of Rocchetta a Volturno.