A Bar Foundation grant that helped launch a long-running statewide conference on domestic violence was one example of the Bar Foundation's good works during its 40 years in existence cited by Judge Susan Carbon (above), keynote speaker at the Sept. 12 Annual Dinner.
A capacity crowd on June 1, 2017, celebrated the first 100 years of women in the legal profession in New Hampshire. Chief Justice Linda Stewart Dalianis keynoted the event, which featured a video of memories of women pioneers in law as well as their successors in the profession.
The event was coordinated by the NH Bar Foundation in collaboration with:
NH Women's Bar Association; New Hampshire Bar Association and its Gender Equality Committee; the Daniel Webster-Batchelder American Inn of Court, the NH Association for Justice, and the NH Supreme Court Society.
A commemorative booklet celebrating the history of pioneering women in the bench and bar also was published.
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