Set Your Business Apart!

New Hampshire Bar News and NHBA EBulletin  offer unique advertising opportunities at affordable prices. We deliver your marketing and promotional message to our membership.

As a NHBA member, you’ll discounted prices on your ad placements.

Our helpful media kits (on right) provide all the information you need to choose the ad or ad package that’s right for you.

Call or email Sales and Technical Editor, 603-715-3263, today to reserve your ad space.

For print ads, please use these PDF settings. Contact, 603-715-3263, with questions.

Classified Advertising

NHBA Classified Ads provide the opportunity to post and view employment ads, office share/rental options, lawyer-to-lawyer services, products for sale, and other items of interest to the New Hampshire legal community. Our online classifieds are among the best-read pages of this web site.

Advertising Conditions

All advertising is subject to approval by the publisher. The publisher reserves the right at any time to decline any advertising which it feels may be inappropriate.

The following is a non-exclusive list of advertising which is unacceptable to the publisher:

  • advertising relating to alcoholic beverages or tobacco products;
  • advertising by or on behalf of political candidates at any level;
  • advertising relating to contests, lotteries, or the offering of
    prizes based on chance, unless first cleared by the U.S. Postal Service, and unless written proof of compliance with
    the laws of New Hampshire is supplied;
  • advertising which by its subject matter or content may imply New Hampshire Bar Association endorsement, recommendation, support or approval unless prior endorsement, recommendation, support or approval has been awarded by the New Hampshire Bar Association;
  • advertising for products or services that are illegal or whose
    movement in interstate commerce is illegal;
  • advertising which contains unlawful discriminatory language;
  • advertising by which the advertiser violates or may encourage or enable another to violate the New Hampshire Supreme Court Rules of Professional Conduct.

Advertising may not in subject matter, content, material or design, jeopardize the mailing status of the publication. The publisher reserves the right to require clearance from the U.S. Postal Service.