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Midyear Meeting CLE Programs

Chief Justice Dalianis

Andrew Perlman

William Hubbard

The NH Bar Association's Professionalism Day at the 2016 Midyear Meeting brings national experts and NH court leaders together with Bar members for an interactive discussion on the future of the profession.

How the Game is Changing
9 - 11:30 a.m.
120 min. NHMCLE Ethics/Prof. Credits

NH Supreme Court Chief Justice Linda S. Dalianis will share a perspective from the Court as to what NH lawyers can expect for the future, including The NH e-Court Project.

Andrew Perlman, dean of Suffolk University Law School and vice chair of the ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services, will address major changes in the profession, recent ABA initiatives, alternative business structures and limited licensed legal technicians.

William Hubbard, ABA immediate past-president, will share his vision in establishing the ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services, discuss how the legal profession is developing and how lawyers can stay ahead of the game. He will address how lawyers can best serve clients with the changing demands of 21st century practice.

Finding The Flow of the Future
2 - 4:30 p.m.
120 min. NHMCLE Ethics/Prof. Credits

Chief Judge Laplante

John Suh

Colin Rule

Nik Reed

US District Court Chief Judge Joseph Laplante, chair of the NH Access to Justice Commission, will discuss expanding access to justice and the role of innovation.

John Suh, CEO of LegalZoom, one of the nation's most recognized legal brands with over 2 million customers, will address how LegalZoom is transforming the delivery of legal services and how individual lawyers can employ these approaches.

Colin Rule, COO of Modria, an online dispute resolution service, will address the role of technology in resolving disputes.

Nik Reed, co-founder of RAVEL Law, a legal search and analytics company, will talk about efforts to make the law more accessible to all. RAVEL is collaborating with Harvard Law School on "Free the Law," a project that aims to make legal research available for free online.

Midyear Meeting Registration Information

Online registration is no longer available, and reservations will only be accepted on a space-available basis. Please contact Cheryl Moore at 715-3260, if you are interested in attending.

If you are in doubt about the status of any meeting, please call the Bar Center at 603-224-6942 before you head out.

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