Attorney Licensure Renewal: Are You Sure You’re Done?
As of Monday, July 25, most NHBA members have completed all of their annual licensure obligations. Here’s a breakdown of those who have not:
675 members subject to NH Supreme Court Rule 53 need to report NHMCLE credits and/or have not submitted the online affidavit. For those who have not completed their NHMCLE obligations, it may be merely missing the last step: the filing of the online affidavit. Find details here on NHMCLE reporting;
411 members have outstanding NH Supreme Court fees and/or NHBA dues invoices;
254 members have not yet filed the online Trust Account Compliance form.
Late fees will be assessed at $50 for each incomplete obligation after Aug. 1.
Members are encouraged to check the MyNHBAR dashboard at www.nhbar.org to verify that all of their obligations are complete, pay fees and dues and file required forms. (A red bar on your MyNHBAR dashboard means you are delinquent. Please note: The ART reporting tool requires a separate log-in.)