At Lawyer Legion, we understand the importance of bar associations and legal organizations when it comes to finding an attorney. We created a list of some of the most important legal organizations in the state.
As a mandatory membership organization for attorneys in New Hampshire, the vision of the NH Bar Association is to be a "trusted leader and key partner in serving the interests of lawyers, their clients, the public and the justice system through our continuing commitment to sustaining the values of professionalism, excellence, innovation and access to justice." NHBA supports members of the legal profession and their service to the public and justice system. Provided as a public service of the New Hampshire Bar Association, the NH Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) helps the public find an attorney.
Since 1988, the New Hampshire Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers (NHACDL) is the state's only professional association devoted to criminal defense. Members include both private criminal defense attorneys and public defenders in both state and federal court. The organization supports criminal dense attorneys fighting for justice in the courtroom. NHACDL is an affiliate of the National Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL).
The New Hampshire Association for Justice (NHJA) is a statewide professional association of trial attorneys protecting the constitutional rights of their clients. The members of NHAJ are given the task of making sure people have a fair chance to receive justice through the legal system when they have been harmed by the acts of others.
The New Hampshire's Women Bar Association (NHWBA) advances the interests of women in the legal community through leadership, professional interaction, and education. Women in the organization support each other through networking events, continuing legal education seminars, and public service initiatives.
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This article was last updated on Friday, December 27, 2019.