Bar News - November 17, 2006
You are Invited…to A Season of Giving - Bar Center Open House
You are cordially invited to visit the new Bar Center on either of the following occasions:
Friday, Dec. 1, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 5, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
2 Pillsbury Street, Suite 300 (3rd floor), Concord, NH
There’s lots to do…
Tour the Bar Center – Check out the lower-level seminar room for CLEs, and, in our third-floor offices, the member library and the small meeting rooms (equipped with Internet access and telephones) available for members at no charge for client conferences, to catch up on calls or fill in a few productive hours while you are in Concord.
Find out about Member Services - Bar staff will be on hand to introduce you to the practice-building Lawyer Referral Service, network-building Sections, and more.
Casemaker 2.0 Demo – Recent significant changes to the free legal research library for NH Bar members, Casemaker, offer better search capabilities, 50-state coverage and other improvements. Attend a brief presentation and get your question answered about the improved Casemaker 2.0!
CLE Online – There’s a world of inexpensive CLE programming on NH practice from the CLE Committee, from Sections, and on more specialized topics from Legalspan affiliates available online – most qualifying for NHMCLE (live) credit! Do you have questions about upcoming CLEs? Meet the CLE staff and ask for a personalized demonstration on how to access Online CLE.
I.D. Card Photos – Want to be recognized? We can take your picture for the NHBA Member ID cards and the Web site Member Directory.
Directions to the Bar Center — From Interstate 93, take Exit 12 N, turn right onto South Main Street. Go 1 mile and turn left onto Pillsbury Street. Bar offices are on the 3rd floor at 2 Pillsbury Street, the large building on the right. There’s plenty of parking in the west lot, facing the main entrance of the building.
Please tell us you are coming. Contact Jeanne Sanders at 603 224-6942, ext. 3213 or send an e-mail to RSVP@nhbar.org.
In the spirit of giving this season, attendees are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items for donation to the New Hampshire Energy Food and Shelter Program (EFSP).