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Last Chance for Early Bird Pricing: Midyear Meeting

The importance of civic engagement and the rule of law in
creating sustainable communities and a democratic society.

This year's meeting, on Fri., Feb. 16 in Manchester, will focus on the rule of law and civics engagement. Anyone who is interested in how the rule of law failed to prevent the holocaust and the horrible consequences of that failure should attend. Lessons from the past should inform us about the present and the future. If you are interested in or concerned about civics and civics engagement today, you should attend this meeting.

300 min. NHMCLE Credit at Historically Low Prices:
Early Bird Pricing Ends Tomorrow
$125 – All Day
Includes morning AND afternoon CLEs AND the Honors & Awards Lunch. Register today.
$75 – New Lawyers – All Day
Includes morning AND afternoon CLEs AND the Honors & Awards Lunch for any attorneys who have been members for less than three years. Register today.

The meeting also features the Gender Equality Breakfast (sold out) and the Honors and Awards Luncheon. Visit the meeting web pages to learn more.

We end the day with a cocktail reception (included in the registration) from 5-6 p.m., hosted jointly with the New Hampshire Historical Society, in celebration of The Democracy Project: Renewing History and Civics in New Hampshire Schools. Elizabeth Dubrulle, Director of Education at the NH Historical Society, will provide brief remarks.

Bar News Seeks Trust and Estate Law Articles

The March issue of Bar News will feature a special section on trust and estate law. If you have an idea for an informative article in these areas, please contact Donna Parker by Feb. 15. Articles should be 800-1,000 words and will be due Feb. 26.

Developments in the Law Video Replay - 2/9

There is still time to register for the last in-person video replay of our most popular annual program. This seminar provides a complete survey of important legal developments affecting NH practice.

Find out more or register online.

Feb. 9

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

300 NHMCLE General & 60 Ethics/Prof. Minutes

Record Annulment Help

Client with 2012 misdemeanors in Rochester District Court seeks assistance annulling her record. Please contact Janice.

Suggested Reading

Sci-fi technology exists, but is the evidence admissible?
As our society continues to change at an exponential rate, courts are tasked with deciding how technological developments fit into the evidentiary code. Read at

New Pass-Through Deduction Presents Tax Planning Opportunities
The National Law Review examines the new pass-through deduction and which businesses will (and will not) benefit from the deduction. Read more.

Some of these news sites may limit access to subscribers or registered users. (Many sites allow free trial access limited to the number of pages viewed.) Also, the Bar Association does not endorse the sites providing these links; these are provided for your information only.

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Inclement Weather Notice

In the event of inclement weather, closings or delayed openings at the Bar Center will be communicated via the Bar's website and on our voicemail greeting at the Bar Center.

If the Bar Center is experiencing a delayed opening, we will be open as soon as is reasonably possible for staff to safely get in to the office. If you are in doubt about the status of any meeting, please call the Bar Center ay 603-224-6942 before you head out.

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