Practice Management Software

Clio

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MyCase

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Connections

SOLACE Support Network

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Sections

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Grow Your Practice

Join Lawyer Referral Service

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Modest Means Program

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Unbundled Legal Services

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Bar Services

Letters of Good Standing

General Letters of Good Standing are available from the NH Bar Association. To request a Letter of Good Standing, send an e-mail to Member Records Coordinator. Or mail your request to:

NH Bar Association 
Member Records 
2 Pillsbury Street 
Suite 300 
Concord, NH 03301

**Please include your full name, Bar ID #, a daytime phone number and the address you would like the letter mailed to.

NOTE: Some jurisdictions specifically request a certificate from the highest Court. Please contact the Supreme Court directly (see below) if that is what you need.

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Letters of Good Standing are available through the NH Supreme Court, signed and sealed by Clerk of the NH Supreme Court. There is a $10.00 fee for these letters. Make check payable to the State of NH. These requests must be sent directly to:

Charlene Desrochers 
New Hampshire Supreme Court 
1 Charles Doe Drive 
Concord, NH 03301 
603-271-2646
cdesrochers@courts.state.nh.us

Dispute Resolution Service

The New Hampshire Bar Association Dispute Resolution Committee is designed to handle, first on an informal basis, those disputes against/between attorneys that do not rise to the level of an ethical violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Examples of such disputes include those where an attorney is not returning phone calls, is not keeping the client informed as to what is happening with their case, is making excuses why their case is taking so long, will not relinquish a client’s file if the attorney has been dismissed, questions and/or disputes involving fees, etc.

Click here for a complete overview of the process.

New Lawyer Programs

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Ethics Guidance and Opinions

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Member ID Cards and Hillsborough County Security Pilot Project

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