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Why You Should Attend
Connect with colleagues, add valuable information to your professional toolkit, and celebrate the legal profession at the premiere legal community event in New Hampshire.

Past attendees attest that the Midyear Meeting:

"Applied to practitioners of all sized firms, and private or governmental or corporate."

"As always the Bar staff put together and executed a fantastic event."

"Well prepared, clear and engaging. I appreciated the NH-specific references."

"Excellent speakers... well-versed and passionate."

Two Programs,
One Unbelievable Price
The NH Bar Association's 2017 Midyear Meeting brings national experts together with Bar members for an interactive discussion on the intersection of science and law. (300 min. NHMCLE credit)

$200 ALL DAY
(includes BOTH CLEs and the Honors & Awards Lunch)

$100 NEW LAWYERS ALL DAY
(includes BOTH CLEs and the Honors and Awards Lunch)

Register online or print the registration form.

NH Bar Foundation Fellows Reception

Jack Sanders
All NH Bar Association members are invited to attend the NH Bar Foundation Honorary Fellows Reception, in the assembly area outside the ballroom immediately following the afternoon CLE.

Celebrate the 2017 Honorary Fellow, Wilfred "Jack" Sanders, and find out about the current work of the NH Bar Foundation. Hors d'oeuvres and cash bar.

Hotel Reservation Information

The group hotel reservation date has passed. Please call the Radisson reservations department, 603-206-4109, for room availability.

Meeting Sponsors
Exhibitor/sponsorship opportunities.
Registration Information

We have very few tickets left for the Gender Equality breakfast but room in the CLEs and lunch. Learn more about the meeting.

Timely CLEs: Intersections of Science & Law
Science and technology ARE ever-changing and their impact on how we administer justice – and the results of that administration – can often depend upon fundamental scientific precepts. Now, more than ever, it is critical that we keep up with these changes if we are to best serve our clients. This year's NHBA Midyear Meeting on March 10 is designed to help you do just that. We have put together a day of compelling presentations by nationally recognized scientists who will introduce you to scientific discoveries that will change how you handle client matters and how the judicial system decides the matters that come before it.

Learn more.

The Best in Your Bar
The good work of New Hampshire attorneys will be recognized at this year's Honors & Awards luncheon with presentation of the following awards:

Vickie M. Bunnell Award for Community Service
Robert C. Varney

Distinguished Service to the Public Award
Hon. Joseph Laplante

Outstanding Service in Public Sector/Public Interest Law Award
Maureen F. O'Neil

President's Award for Service to the Profession
David M. Rothstein

Read about the Pro Bono Award Recipients who will also be honored at the 2017 Midyear Meeting.

If you can't make the full-day meeting, but would like to attend the Honors and Awards Luncheon, a limited number of lunch-only tickets are available.

Gender Equality Breakfast

Joseph Keefe
Join NH Bar members to honor Joseph Keefe, the 2017 recipient of the Philip S. Hollman Equality Award, which honors Judge Hollman's efforts as a stalwart advocate for gender equality in the legal system. Learn more or register online (separately ticketed event).

Gender Equality in the Law: Why We Continue to Do This, Bar News, Feb. 15, 2017

Law School Dinners
Remember those days of law school? Wonder what your law school classmates are up to now? The Bar Association's Midyear Membership Meeting presents the perfect opportunity. Learn more.
 

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