Bar News - March 16, 2016
Survey Response Exceeds Expectations
The New Hampshire Bar Association in late January circulated a membership survey to a representative sample of the association membership and received a stronger-than-expected response, with more than 600 of the 2,000 members randomly sampled completing and returning the survey.
NHBA leaders and staff are now analyzing the results to extract meaningful findings and highlights from the survey. The intent is to compare the results of the survey, which asked about association services and priorities, with current association services and programs, to help steer the direction of the organization over the coming years.
The survey results will be reported to the membership starting next month.
As an incentive for completing the survey, the Bar Association offered three small computers as drawing prizes.
The three respondents whose names were drawn were Leticia Liggett, Bow, NH; Michael Panebianco, Cambridge Trust Co., Concord; and Kimberly Shoen, Shoen Legal Services, Somersworth, NH.