The New Hampshire Bar Foundation is a nonprofit, grant-making charitable foundation dedicated to supporting civil legal aid for the disadvantaged and law-related education in New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Bar Foundation promotes the role of lawyers in securing equal access to justice and supports the charitable and educational aims of the New Hampshire Bar and its members. Read more.
Scenes 2018 NH Bar Foundation Annual Dinner
Support New Hampshire Bar Foundation
Your tax deductible contribution will help support non-profit legal service organizations serving NH citizens. Make a secure credit card donation online or send your check to: NH Bar Foundation at 2 Pillsbury Street, Suite 300, Concord, NH 03301. Learn about other ways to give. Please contact us by email or at 603-715-3210 for information on other giving options.
The IOLTA Program funds critical services in New Hampshire communities. Interest earned on these accounts supports the Bar Foundation’s statewide IOLTA Grants Program. Through IOLTA grants, tens of thousands of our most vulnerable citizens receive free or low cost civil legal services. IOLTA grants also fund educational programs that teach our youth and the public about the law and the justice system.
Attorneys: Make Your IOLTA Dollars Count More
Your IOLTA deposits earn substantially more if you use one of the Leadership Level financial institutions that support the New Hampshire Bar Foundation’s mission by paying 2 percent or more on IOLTA deposits. Now, financial institutions paying at least 1 percent also are being specially recognized as Partner Level financial institutions. IOLTA has generated nearly $32 million for civil legal services and public education over its 33-year history. Read about the NHBF-IOLTA-Grants-Impact have had on the work of grantees to enhance access to justice for NH’s vulnerable citizens.
2018 New Hampshire Bar Foundation Fellows Induction
The Bar Foundation continues to enjoy an infusion of energy and commitment with the induction of 11 new Fellows into the organization this year.
At a May 2, 2018 reception at the Currier Museum of Art, the new Fellows were inducted. The Fellows program recognizes excellence in the law and encourages sustained giving and service.
The 3rd annual Nixon Zachos award was presented to David Bradley of Hanover. Megan Carpenter, the dean of the UNH School of Law also made remarks about the impact of the law school on the state’s legal community.
Click here for more about the Fellows Program.
Centennial Gala Celebrates Women in Law in NH
A capacity crowd on June 1, 2017, celebrated the first 100 years of women in the legal profession in New Hampshire. Chief Justice Linda Stewart Dalianis keynoted the event, which featured a video of memories of women pioneers in law as well as their successors in the profession. Read more / see photos from the event.