Bar News - January 20, 2016
NHBA Survey Now Underway
The thoughts and concerns of NH Bar Association members are being collected this month, to help the NHBA leadership and staff chart association priorities and understand which of the association’s functions and programs are most important to members.
Now circulating via email to about 2,000 members of the Bar, this important survey asks about perceptions of the legal profession and seeks opinions about current and potential Association services and programs. Active-status members, both in-state and out-of-state, have been randomly selected by a professional research firm to participate in the survey. In most cases, the survey will take about 15 minutes to complete.
“We urge every member who receives the survey to take time from their busy day to share their opinions and ideas,” said NHBA President Mary Tenn. “This survey will enable us to develop a better picture of what members want and need from their bar association, and aid us in deciding where to direct resources to improve services and enhance the bar’s relevance to the New Hampshire legal community.”
“No one survey can cover all of the questions we want to ask, but this survey will provide guidance on areas where we may seek more targeted feedback later, as well as help us evaluate current activities,” said NHBA Executive Director Jeannine McCoy.
The findings of the survey are expected to be reported to the Board of Governors in March.