For information on any educational programs on ethics and avoiding family conflicts of interest, home and travel security, stress management, and other judicial family topics where judges' spouses and guests may sit in, please contact: Joan Bishop, Judicial Branch Education Director firstname.lastname@example.org 603-271-2521.
Ethics and Avoiding Family Conflicts of Interest
For questions about family conflicts of interest and when it is appropriate for judges to disqualify themselves tied to family, contact: Robert T. Mittelholzer, Esquire, Executive Secretary, Committee on Judicial Conduct
74 Exeter Road, Newmarket, NH 03857; 603-292-1825. The Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC) operates independently of the Supreme Court. See more about the New Hampshire Code of Judicial Conduct including references to judges' family members at the New Hampshire Supreme Court Website: http://www.courts.state.nh.us/committees/judconductcomm/index.htm
Contact the Lawyers and Judges Assistance Committee at 603-224-6942. Learn about the New Hampshire Lawyers and Judges Assistance Program at http://www.lapnh.org/home.html.