The “NH Supreme Court At-a-Glance” in New Hampshire Bar News summarizes recent NH Supreme Court decisions.
Associate Dean for Administration and Enrollment
The University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law is inviting applications for the position of Association Dean for Administration and Enrollment. This position is a key member of the leadership team of the law school and exercises strategic oversight for accreditation and standards, career services, student affairs, marketing and communications, admissions and enrollment, facilities, […]
Considering retiring or selling your practice?
We are a growing Central, NH firm practicing in criminal defense, DWI, personal injury, family law, and estate planning. We are on the lookout for lawyers or small firms with a recurring client base who are hoping to capture value for their business. Possibilities include an of-counsel relationship or a direct buyout as allowed by […]
Office Suite Available - Manchester
Attorney office building in historic district of downtown Manchester. Rent includes offices with internet/phone access, kitchen, common areas, 4 conference rooms, library, copier and parking. Perfect for solo practitioner who desires a working environment with small group of experienced litigators. Call for further details. (603) 494-4882.
Full-Time Legal Assistant
Getman, Schulthess, Steere & Poulin, P.A. a Manchester, NH law firm seeks a full time legal assistant with 3-5 years’ litigation experience. Must be detail-oriented, have experience with transcription and have the ability to work independently. We offer a competitive salary and benefits which include medical, dental, disability and life insurance, 401 (k), paid vacation, […]
Living Well in 2021
Bar News February 17, 2021
Professor John Greabe Helps Students Navigate Unprecedented Times
Former Chief Justice John Broderick Continues Spreading Message of Mental Health Awareness
In Sickness, Health, and Recovery
School Resource Officers: The ‘Gatekeepers’ of Juvenile Court Diversion
Circuit Court Information Session Videos
Part-Time Legal Assistant
Small Lakes Region firm seeks an experienced Part-time Legal/Office Assistant to provide office and legal support. Excellent communication and writing skills, and Microsoft Office experience required. Recent legal experience of two years a must. Contact email@example.com .
Laboe & Tasker, PLLC, an established Concord, New Hampshire law firm, seeks a full-time attorney to join its Estate Planning, Trusts & Estates practice. The ideal candidate will be licensed in NH and have 3-8 years of experience in the drafting of all estate planning documents, as well as administering probate and trust estates. The […]
Real Estate Paralegal
Casassa Law Office of Hampton, NH has an immediate need for a Real Estate Paralegal. Previous experience with residential or commercial real estate is required. The position can be part-time or full-time and a flexible schedule will be considered. Benefits including health insurance are provided. Salary based on experience. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study Assesses New Hampshire’s Legal Needs
Wescott Law seeks an experienced abstractor to join our real estate team. Competitive compensation package. Flex/remote working options. The job includes registry and governmental archive research for complex real estate matters, as well as document preparation. Full or Part-Time. Please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Real Estate Legal Assistant
Bernstein Shur Manchester, seeks a Real Estate Legal Assistant 2+ years of experience. Great opportunity to join a growing practice group. Real Estate Legal Assistant will provide administrative support to the Senior Real Estate Paralegal and team of dynamic attorneys. Candidates must be eager to learn RE law, how to conduct title searches; prepare title […]
NH Legal Assistance sessions will explain tenants’ rights and protections New Hampshire Legal Assistance (NHLA) invites tenants and community service providers to an online presentation next week on Fair Housing laws. The public education session will review state and federal housing laws and the protections they provide tenants from discrimination based on race, color, national […]
Circuit Court Launches New and Improved Landlord and Tenant Forms
By Gina Belmont, Circuit Court Sr. Administrator On January 1, the Circuit Court launched several new or modified Landlord and Tenant Forms, which are highlighted on the court’s website. After several months of collaborative effort to improve this area of court practice, these essential forms have been made more user-friendly and understandable based on the […]
The Criminal Justice System in 2020 - A Year Like No Other
Editors note: An abridged version of this article ran in the January 2021 issue of Bar News. By Theodore Lothstein, with contributions by Kaylee Doty, Esq. It’s hard to write a “Year in Review” in any given year on a topic as sprawling and unwieldy as the criminal justice system. But 2020 in review? This […]
The Bill of Rights: Why Has It Succeeded
Biden’s New Hampshire Connection Over 30 Years Later
2021 MYM Preview
Bar News January 20, 2021
Working Through COVID-19: A Lawyer’s Resource List