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Thursday 12/14/2017

For the Public: Criminal Annulment Clinic
For interested members of the public, the NHBA Pro Bono Program is holding a legal advice clinic on annulling criminal records Tuesday, December 19 at the Bar Center, Concord. Registration begins at 4:30 p.m., followed by an overview of the law and individual meetings with volunteer attorneys running until 6:30 pm.

Email or call 224-5387 for more information or to pre-register.


The NH Bar Association is seeking nominations for positions on the NHBA Board of Governors for the membership year starting in June 2018. The petition is available on the Bar's website.

County Governor nominations require 10 signatures from active members in the particular county; all other open positions require 25 signatures. Nominees must be active members. Nominations for the following positions will be made by petition.

  • Vice President (one-year term)
  • Treasurer (three-year term)
  • Secretary (three-year term)
  • Governor-at-Large (two vacancies, three-year term)
  • Public Sector Governor (three-year term)*
  • Out-of-State Governor (three-year term)*
  • County governors (two-year terms) representing:
    • Belknap
    • Carroll
    • Strafford
    • Sullivan
    • Hillsborough - North
    • Hillsborough - South

*Please see the petition for specific requirements for this position.

Petitions are due March 1, 2018; election to be through online ballots sent to eligible members starting April 1. For information about serving on the Board, contact NHBA Acting Executive Director Denice DeStefano.


Registration is now open for the 2018 Midyear Meeting! The meeting will be held on Friday, Feb. 16 at the Radisson Hotel/Center of NH in Manchester.

This year’s meeting will focus on the rule of law and civics engagement. Anyone who is interested in how the rule of law failed to prevent the holocaust and the horrible consequences of that failure should attend. Lessons from the past should inform us about the present and the future. If you are interested in or concerned about civics and civics engagement today, you should attend this meeting.

Register online or download a printable registration form.

Register for the seperately-ticketed Gender Equality Breakfast.


Only a small percentage of NH Bar members have outstanding license renewal obligations following the Sept. 1 deadline.

If you have not checked lately, login to your MyNHBar portal. Green or red status bars will indicate whether a member is in compliance with NHMCLE, Trust Accounting Compliance, and payment of NHBA dues/Court fees. If you still see red, act now. To avoid adverse consequences, including license suspension, those members are urged to login to the MyNHBar portal and complete the necessary steps.

The majority of those not in compliance must either report sufficient continuing legal education minutes under the NHMCLE rule, or if they have sufficient minutes, they must complete and submit the online affidavit on the ART MyRecord page.


Support the work of the Pro Bono Program with a tax-deductible contribution by checking the box on your NHBA dues bill or by using the convenient "Donate Now" button below. Every donated dollar helps the Program coordinate and support access to legal representation for needy New Hampshire citizens.

By connecting attorneys with qualifying clients, we improve the lives of low-income children, victims of domestic violence, vulnerable seniors and veterans. Help us leverage the volunteer spirit of New Hampshire Bar members to make a difference for individuals and communities.

For more information, please contact Margaret Gilsenberg.


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