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Bar News - August 13, 2010


NH District Court and Judicial Branch Family Division Notice

In accordance with Supreme Court Rule 56 and RSA 490:32, the New Hampshire Judicial Branch Family Division and District Court Administrative Judge routinely conducts judicial evaluations and invites you to participate in this process. The following Judges are presently being evaluated:

Thomas Barry   Concord, Manchester & Nashua District Courts
Jay Boynton   Franklin & Laconia District Court
Sharon DeVries    Portsmouth District Court & Family Division
Robert Stephen   Hooksett Family Division & Derry Family Division & Derry District Court

An evaluation may be completed online. Click on that link and choose the specific Judge you would like to evaluate. While responses will be shared with the Judges being evaluated, they are treated as confidential, and the identity of the respondent will remain anonymous.

If you do not have access to the Internet or would prefer a hard copy of the evaluation mailed to you, please e-mail the Office of the Administrative Judge for the District Courts and Family Division, at Lcammett@courts.state.nh.us or call 603-271-6418 and one will be mailed to you. Please include your name and address, as these questionnaires cannot be e-mailed. As stated above, while responses will be shared with the Judges being evaluated, they are treated as confidential, and the identity of the respondent will remain anonymous. In fact, if you request a hard copy of the evaluation form, we ask that you do not sign the completed evaluation.

All evaluations must be completed online or be returned no later than September 15, 2010.


Supreme Court Rule 42(9) requires all NH admitted attorneys to notify the Bar Association of any address change, home or office.

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