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AT THE BAR

Learn the Basics of Real Estate Law and Conveyancing – TOMORROW

Space is still available at the NHBA•CLE, “Learn the Basics of Real Estate Law and Conveyancing.” In this introduction to the topic of real estate law, you will learn about the title search process, purchase and sale review and negotiations, and the nuances of residential and commercial closing processes.

Discussion will also include foreclosures, mechanic’s liens and entity selection to hold title and title insurance.

To register today, visit the NHBA•CLE online catalog or call Cheryl Moore at 603-715-3260. Available as an In-Person Seminar or Live Webcast.

Walk-ins are allowed as space permits – there is a $15 surcharge for same-day registrations.

NHBA Seminar Room
or Live Webcast
Thursday
Sept. 14
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
360 NHMCLE General Minutes

Criminal Record Annulment Clients Awaiting Assistance

Concord area client has charges in Hooksett, Nashua and Hillsborough Superior-North. Criminal record shows all charges either dismissed or nolle prosequi. He would like to clear his record. Please contact Margaret.

Manchester client has charges in Manchester District court, most recent convictions were motor vehicle violations in 2012 and 2013, and a simple assault that was reduced to a violation in 2011. There are also a few convictions from the late nineties. Please contact Margaret.

Divorce Camp Returns!

Three-part intensive training in family law, from first appearance to final orders.

Oct. 23 – Session I
Oct. 30 – Session II
Nov. 6 – Session III
3:00 -
6:30 p.m.
Bar Center
Concord
NHMCLE
Minutes
TBD

Space is limited. Participants are required to take one Pro Bono case within three months of the training.

Please contact Margaret for more information.

2018 NHBA Midyear Meeting - 2/16

Judge Cassavechia

Save Friday, February 16, 2018 to join your colleagues at the NHBA Midyear Meeting—the largest Bar Association gathering of the year—for timely CLEs, the Gender Equality Breakfast, and the Honors & Awards Luncheon at the Radisson/Center of NH in Manchester.

Help recognize the good work of New Hampshire attorneys by nominating a colleague for one of the Bar's annual awards:

Vickie M. Bunnell Award for Community Service
Distinguished Service to the Public Award
Outstanding Service in Public Sector/Public Interest Law

Submit nominations by Dec. 8. Learn more.

FROM THE COURT

Merrimack County Superior Court Parking Notice

Superior Court Chief Justice Tina L. Nadeau has outlined a temporary parking plan for the Merrimack County Superior Court during construction in a notice to NH Bar members. An accompanying map details parking locations available to people conducting court business.

This plan goes into effect on Tuesday, Sept. 19. The new courthouse, adjacent to the current one, is scheduled to be completed by September 2018.

Comment on Reappointment of Magistrate Judge

The Court is required by law to establish a panel to consider the reappointment of Clerk of Court/United States Magistrate Judge Daniel J. Lynch of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire to a new four-year term. Members of the bar and the public are invited to comment on whether reappointment should be recommended by the panel.

Comments should be directed to Chief Judge Joseph N. Laplante, U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire, 55 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301 and marked MERIT PANEL SELECTION-CONFIDENTIAL. Comments must be received by September 29, 2017.

Learn more.

OTHER NEWS & EVENTS

Volunteer Judges Sought for UNH Mock Trial

New Hampshire will host its 9th Annual Intercollegiate Mock Trial Invitational Tournament for undergraduates during the weekend of Oct. 28-29 at UNH's campus in Durham.

The tournament needs attorneys willing to serve as judges, presiding over mock trial rounds and evaluating students' performances. Attorneys do not need to be sitting judges, active litigators, or familiar with college mock trial to participate. Judges will receive a brief training that will equip them for the task. For each day, there will be one morning and one afternoon trial session.

To sign up as a judge for one or more trial sessions, or should you have any questions, please contact Jacob Marvelley.

Suggested Reading

A State of Contradictions, Especially If You Are Mentally Ill
New Hampshire Business Review reports that New Hampshire is unique in imprisoning mentally ill people who haven’t committed a crime just because there is no place else secure enough to house them. Read more.

How to Protect Yourself from That Massive Equifax Breach
Wired.com reports that as much as 44 percent of the US population has been impacted by this breach. Read more.

LONG FORM: Brain Imaging in the Courtroom
A consensus statement released by the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) provides guidance to judges and lawyers about the uses of brain imaging in cases that involve claims of pain and pain-related disability. Read at Nature.com.

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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