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Superior Court Judicial Assignments

This chart shows where NH Superior Court judges will be presiding through the third quarter of 2017.

Quick Help Needed in Manchester

The Pro Bono Referral Program at the NH Bar Association is working to immediately match the following clients with attorney volunteers.

  • Family with four children would like to negotiate with landlord to avoid record of eviction, possible return of security deposit. Hearing is Friday, July 7, 8:30 a.m.
  • Disabled client facing eviction would like time to find a new place. Hearing is Friday, July 7, 8:30 a.m.
  • Family of four needs time to find a new place and wish to avoid public record of eviction. Eviction notice expired June 30.

Please contact Carolann if you can help one of these clients.

Can You Spare 2 Hours in 2018?

Volunteers are needed to host Lawline in 2018. If you want to assist in improving access to justice in New Hampshire and are able to set aside two hours to host a Lawline session next year (sessions take place from 6-8 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month), please consider volunteering.

Lawline is a public service coordinated by the NH Bar Association through which members of the public can speak for free with an attorney to get answers to general legal questions. Each call lasts about 10 minutes, and volunteers can answer calls from a central location or remotely.

For more information, please contact Jacqueline Geddes.

Bar News Seeks Workers’ Comp and PI Articles – 7/10

The August issue of Bar News will feature a special section on worker’s compensation and personal injury law. If you have an idea for an informative article of 800-1,000 words related to new developments or practice tips in this area, please contact Editor Kristen Senz by July 10. Drafts of accepted articles will be due July 24.

FROM THE COURT

Superior Court Judicial Evaluations – 8/31

The Chief Justice of the NH Superior Court is currently conducting judicial evaluations in accordance with Supreme Court Rule 56 and RSA 490:32 and invites you to participate in this process. The following Justices are presently being evaluated:

Hon. David A. Anderson Rockingham County
Hon. Peter H. Bornstein Grafton and Coos County
Hon. Kenneth C. Brown Hillsborough County-North
Hon. N. William Delker Rockingham County
Hon. Lawrence A. MacLeod Grafton County
Hon. Diane M. Nicolosi Merrimack and Hillsborough County-North
Hon. Charles S. Temple Hillsborough-North and Carroll County
Hon. Brian T. Tucker Sullivan, Merrimack and Strafford County

Click a name to evaluate. Evaluations must be complete by Thursday, Aug. 31. Responses will be shared with the judges, but are treated as confidential; respondents remain anonymous.

For hard copy evaluations, please email the Superior Court Center or call (603) 271-2030. Names should not be included on completed forms. The court appreciates all participation in the evaluation process.

OTHER NEWS & EVENTS

Crandlemire Scholarship Apps – 7/28

Don Crandlemire
Don Crandlemire

The Daniel Webster Batchelder American Inn of Court is still accepting applications for the Don Crandlemire Inn of Court Scholarship. Award recipients will receive a one year free membership to the Inn of Court.

Crandlemire, who passed away unexpectedly last year, was a beloved member of the NH Bar and Daniel Webster Batchelder American Inn of Court. He made a lasting impact not only due to his expertise, but also because he was a devoted parent, husband, friend, and mentor – generous with his time, loyal, and always available to listen.

Scholarship candidates must be admitted to the NH Bar, have graduated from UNH Law, have less than five years of experience and be motivated to participate in the Daniel Webster Batchelder American Inn of Court. Special consideration will be given to those applicants who work at smaller firms and are cross-trained professionals. Current members may also apply.

Statements of interest should be submitted by Friday, July 28, to Jack Crisp or Molly Lynch.

Suggested Reading

What the Declaration of Independence Said and Meant
Randy Barnett, director of the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, breaks it down on The Washington Post’s “Volokh Conspiracy” blog. Read more.

Harvard A2J Lab Rolls Out Financial Distress Research Project
For people in financial distress, what’s a helpful and cost-effective alternative to direct representation? 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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