Bar News - June 22, 2007
Practical Skills Workshop Offers Practice Tools
Jeanmarie Papelian and Barry Scotch lead a discussion on Discovery Practice.
Marguerite Wageling speaks to an attentive audience while Richard Guerriero (right) looks on. Wageling and Guerriero are co-chairs of the Criminal Justice Section at the Bar Association.
The two-day Practical Skills workshop covered such useful areas as Practical Ethics and an orientation to NH Court Practice, featuring Supreme Court Justice James Duggan, District Judge Thomas Bamberger, Probate Court Administrative Judge David King and Merrimack County Superior Court Clerk William McGraw. In break-out session, such subjects as civil litigation, probate administration, real estate transactions, workers’ compensation, criminal law, debtor-creditor, business organization, discovery, law practice management for the solo practitioner and family law practice were expanded upon by NHBA practicing attorneys.
Participants each received a Trust Accounting DVD and CD- Rom from the 2006 CLE program as a courtesy gift, funded by the NH Bar Foundation.