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Bar News - Issue Date:
Vol. 25, No. 2

Articles Page #
Practitioner Profile: Cultural Heritage Lawyer Expects the Unexpected1
Reluctant Exit for Judge McHugh1
New Law Allows Panel Voir Dire in All Criminal Trials1
Gov. Hassan: Lawyers Play an Important Role in Democracy1
President's Perspective: Solo Practice Bar President Prioritizes Outreach2
Bar Governance: NHBA Board Approves LARC Board Appointments2
The Bar Scene3
Opinion: The Great War, Eclipsed, Leaves a Sour Legacy4
New Lawyer Column: New Lawyers: Boston, Here We Come!4
Legislative Session Wrap-up5
Foreclosure Project and NHLA Director Receive Special Awards at Annual Meeting6
New Bar President Aims to Promote Rural Practice6
NH Bar Association Honors 50-Year Members7
New Online NHMCLE System Puts You in the Driver’s Seat8
Lynne Parker Named to Head NHLA8
Section Connection9
NH Bar Foundation News: Spice Up Your September at the Jazz for Justice Dinner10
Lawyer to Run 100+ Miles for Charity11
In Memoriam: Cynthia Lee Fallon11
In the News11
Shanelaris Receives Local Bar Award11
ABA Opinion on Online Juror Research Stricter Than NH Opinion12
Referral Marathon a Success14
Pro Bono Honor Roll14
NH Bar Association Reduced-Fee Honor Roll15
Trust Code Revisions Enhance New Hampshire’s Position17
Book Review: Highly Readable Stories from the Family Law Trenches18
Book Review: Unapologetic Memoir Describes Battle Against Discrimination18
Campaign for Legal Services Continuing to Build on Successes19
Seeking Out-of-State NHBA Board Member19
Investment Advisor Fiduciary Duty: Why It Matters20
NH Bar Association Welcomes New Members21
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Let’s Not Necessarily Make a Federal Case of It28
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: SCOTUS on Bankruptcy: Jurisdiction and Inherited IRAs Clarified28
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Three Colorful Characters Missing from Bankruptcy Practice28
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Identifying the Immigration Consequences of Divorce29
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Contempt Is Futile: First Circuit Gives Penalties Priority in Bankruptcy 30
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Using Chapter 13 Claim Objection Procedures to Resolve Student Loan Disputes31
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Litigators Beware: Post-Bankruptcy Non-Action Could Lead to Severe Penalties32
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Know Your Local Federal Rules of Civil Procedure33
Court News: Nashua to Start Drug Court Pilot35
Court News: e-Court Filing Fees and Public Access Issues Still in the Works36
Supreme Court At-a-Glance37
US Bankruptcy Court Opinion Summary41
Supreme Court Orders42
US District Court Decision Listing44

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