Before… remote work was occasional. Helpful but not necessary. Not the life blood of your professional practice.

Now… you need to be on the ball, while at home, juggling work, life, pandemic. How do you get it all done?

The New Hampshire Bar Association is happy to assist you through this work transition so that you can be the lawyer you want to be. Let us help you overcome your remote work hurdles!

Working Remote – Working Smart

ABA Journal7 Types of Tech Tools to Help Lawyers Set Up Virtual Offices

AppDirect: Communication Tools and Strategies for Remote Teams

Clio: Working Remotely as a Lawyer

Attorney At Work: Reassuring Clients You’re Prepared for COVID-19

NH Judicial Branch: efiling and electronic services

NH Judicial Branch: Homepage with recent orders and updates and self help information

Texas Young Lawyers AssociationPandemically challenged: teleworking in COVID-19 and what you need to know

Running Your Practice From Your Home

New Clients

NHBA: Join LRS  Receive pre-screened clients in your practice area.

ABA Journal: 7 Tips for cost-effective and effective law firm marketing during COVID-19

Clio: Your Complete Guide to Building a Virtual Firm

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Trying to Manage a Hybrid Workforce?

Visit our Reopening Your Firm, Video Conferencing and Technology pages.

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Concerned About the Ethics of Electronic Communication?

The NH Bar Association’s Ethics Committee has written a series of Ethics Corner and Practical Articles over the last few years that lend some guidance. These articles include:

  • a 5 part series on Lawyers and Texting,
  • keeping-up with client communications, and
  • Emails Copied to Opposing Counsel and Clients
  • Ethics Opinion 2019-2020/3 Juror Investigation using Social Media