Op-Ed in NH Bar News by NHWBA President
We continue to work to ensure our members' voices are represented as the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee on Rules considers language changes to Proposed Rule 8.4(g), which would prohibit discriminating and harassing conduct by attorneys.
The New Hampshire Bar Association's Bar News has published an op-ed entitled, "Adopt Professional Conduct Rule to Promote Fairness and Equality Across Bar" by NHWBA's board president, Attorney Christina Ferrari.
If you are interested in getting involved (testifying, writing letters, articles, etc.), please reach out to NHWBA President Christina Ferrari at (603) 665-8827 or email@example.com.
Please join us in providing Thanksgiving baskets to families in need. You can either assemble a basket yourself, or build one or more with your office or firm, which will be given to New Horizons for distribution.
Completed baskets can be dropped off in Concord, Manchester, or Nashua on November 14th or 15th. Please sign up and read more here.
You can also sign up to volunteer at New Horizons in Manchester on Saturday, November 17th to help distribute baskets. Multiple shift options are available.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Kat Hedges or Lyndsay Robinson.
Another Successful Fall Reception
Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for NHWBA's 21st Annual Fall Reception. It was so wonderful to have so many NHWBA members together to celebrate.
Congratulations once again to Ricker Award winner Attorney Catherine E. Shanelaris and McLaughlin Scholarship recipient Kirsten J. Allen!
You can check out some photographs from a memorable night on Facebook.
Join a Committee!
Committees are where NHWBA's work gets done, but we can't do it without the help of our members!
Are you interested in learning more about joining a committee? Click here to fill out a survey letting us know you want to learn more. We have opportunities for folks who are interested in event planning, community service, social media, and more.
October Book Club
Our October book club meeting is coming up on Tuesday the 30th at Campo Enoteca in Manchester. We'll be discussing The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula Leguin, a science fiction novel about a planet full of genderless beings.
You can RSVP and view books for future months here.
The New Hampshire Women's Bar Association is now on Instagram!
Be sure to stay up on the latest by following us at @NHWBA!
Notice of Judicial Vacancies on the Superior Court
The Judicial Selection Commission has announced that there are two upcoming Superior Court vacancies.
Applications can accessed at the NH Bar Association website or the Judicial Selection Commission website.
Completed applications must be received no later than 5pm on Thursday, November 1, 2018.
Hollman Equality Award Nominations
The NH Bar Association Gender Equality Committee seeks nominations for the Philip S. Hollman Equality Award.
Award recipients are people who:
- Exhibit dedication to promoting respect and fair treatment toward all members of the judicial system
- Seek to promote gender equality through leadership and educating others
- Person has taken initiatives in matters of gender equality and been a role model in this area.
Nominations are due by November 14 to Lisa Boisvert or via online form.
HONOR Your SHERO
In celebration of NHWBA's 20th Anniversary, we unveiled our SHERO campaign to honor the female heroes of our members and friends. Do you have someone you admire and want to emulate? Is there someone who is a role model for you? Here's your chance to recognize that person by making a donation in their honor.
Who's your SHERO? Click here to recognize her.
Train to Become a "Women to Women Project" Volunteer
Want to help women in need? Here's your chance. The NHWBA and the New Hampshire Department of Corrections have jointly created the award-winning "Women to Women Project" to unite New Hampshire licensed attorneys with sentenced female inmates of the New Hampshire State Prison for Women.
Training sessions will be held on the following dates from either 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. or 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Learn more and sign up at our website.