Bar News - February 8, 2008
Last Call for Registrations; Gov. Lynch Is Luncheon Speaker
Gov. Lynch will make a keynote address during the Honors & Awards luncheon at the 2008 NHBA Midyear Meeting, on Feb. 15 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.
Also, there will be the presentation of several awards, including:
- Katherine Stearns, of New London, will receive the L. Jonathan Ross Award for Outstanding Commitment to Legal Services for the Poor, recognizing the solo practitioner’s career-long commitment to equal justice.
- Pro Bono awards to law firms and lawyers around the state for their efforts in 2008 to represent low-income individuals and families.
- Aniko Bouley, of Goff & Wilson, will be presented with the Paralegal Professionalism award.
- The identities of the recipients of the Bunnell Award for Community Service and the NHBA President’s Award for Distinguished Service to the Public are being kept under wraps until the meeting.
CLE Selection is Diverse
The NHBA CLE offerings at the Midyear Meeting will appeal to a broad range of practitioners, and will provide timely and useful information in lively and interactive formats. One highlight is sure to be: “Superior Court Today” with Superior Court Chief Justice Robert Lynn, and Associate Justices Tina Nadeau and Larry Smukler.