NHBA Prison Series: Reentry and Life After Prison

By Tom Jarvis and Scott Merrill People reentering the community after leaving the New Hampshire state prison system face overlapping challenges that many on the outside might fail to notice. These challenges range from basic needs –

The NHBA’s 2024 Leadership Academy Hits the Halfway Mark

By Grace Yurish January 4 marked the halfway point of modules for the NHBA 2023-2024 Leadership Academy program. Designed as a nine-month curriculum, the Leadership Academy aims to cultivate leadership skills and foster the professional growth of

NHBA Prison Series: Parole and Prison Reform

By Scott Merrill A person in New Hampshire who violates the conditions of their parole is very often referred to by the New Hampshire Department of Corrections (DOC) as a “Community Failure.” For those seeking prison reform,

George Moore: Looking Back on a Born Leader

By Tom Jarvis Note: When George announced that he would be stepping down, my immediate thought was to write an article to honor him and to illustrate what a notable leader he has been – not only

NHBA Member Center to Open in January

By Tom Jarvis The NHBA Member Center, located within the Bar Center at 2 Pillsbury Street in Concord, will open in January as a free service to all members, active or inactive. The space is meant to

The Future is So Bright, I Need My Sunglasses

By George R. Moore I recently informed the officers and the Board of Governors of the New Hampshire Bar Association that I will be stepping down in a couple months as the executive director. It seems like

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