The New Hampshire Supreme Court is seeking volunteers to serve on the committees that make up the New Hampshire Attorney Discipline System. Beginning in January 2013, there will be a number of openings for attorneys and non-attorneys to serve on the three committees that are part of the system: the Professional Conduct Committee, the Complaint Screening Committee, and the Hearings Committee. A description of the Attorney Discipline System and of the role of each committee can be found on the Attorney Discipline System website: www.nhattyreg.org. Appointments to the committees are made by the Supreme Court.
Individuals interested in being considered for appointment to a committee should complete an Attorney Discipline System Committee Application and submit it to the New Hampshire Supreme Court Attorney Discipline Office, 4 Chenell Drive, Suite 102, Concord, NH 03301 by October 15, 2012.
The Supreme Court Attorney Discipline System is designed to protect client rights and guarantee lawyers a full and fair evaluation of complaints against them. The system is composed of the Attorney Discipline Office, a Complaint Screening Committee, Hearings Committee and Professional Conduct Committee.The Attorney Discipline Office is located at 4 Chenell Drive, Suite 102, Concord, N.H. 03301. Phone: (603) 224-5828.
For further information, go to the Attorney Discipline System website.
Complete text of August 27, 2003 Supreme Court order on Rule 37, Attorney Discipline System.