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WebEx in the Courts:

A User’s Guide

The NHJB now offers online tools and suggestions for anyone interacting with the court system via WebEx video conferencing. Go to the new web page for instructions and helpful tips on preparing for and participating in a successful WebEx video conference for hearings and other remote court proceedings. This page will be updated throughout the year with additional tips and best practices for using WebEx to improve access to justice. Attorneys are encouraged to utilize these resources before their next remote event. For more information, see

Important NH Judicial Branch Contact Information

If you are due to appear in court in any of the limited circumstances listed in the Supreme Court order suspending in-person hearings, and you are suffering from flu-like symptoms or are quarantined or unavailable due to COVID-19 reasons, please call the Court’s Information Center to explain your situation, (1-855-212-1234).  The information you provide will be sent to the court, and the court will decide whether it is necessary to reschedule the hearing or make other accommodations.

Source: NH Judicial Branch

NH State COVID-19 Updates

From the New Hampshire Bar Association

June 11, 2020 Gender Equality Committee Updates Members on Employee Paid Leave Rights

April 16, 2020 Statement from NHBA President Concerning MCLE Compliance and Bar Dues/Court Fee Deadlines

March 31, 2020 Updated Message from NHBA President, Attorney Edward. Philpot, Jr.

March 30, 2020 Message from the NHBA President Regarding Attorney Licensure Renewal

March 18, 2020 A Message from NHBA President, Attorney Edward D. Philpot, Jr. 

NHBA/ Bar Center Temporary Operating Plan

As risks and uncertainties associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to increase, the New Hampshire Bar Association (NHBA) is committed to keeping its staff, members, and the public safe.

Due to the rapidly evolving  situation concerning COVID-19, the Executive Director has determined that operations at the NH Bar Center must convert primarily, but not exclusively, to remote work from home.  The Bar Center will be closed to members as well as the public. All in-person CLEs and meetings will be postponed until at least May 31, 2020, when the situation will be reevaluated.  Members are encouraged to utilize NHBA CLE online options found here.

The NHBA is actively tracking COVID-19 developments and public health recommendations regarding the outbreak and will adjust its operations accordingly.  Therefore, we suggest you visit this page regularly.