Welcome to the New Hampshire Access to Justice Commission's homepage. Our initiatives seek to support programs that provide free and reduced legal services in NH. We invite you to click on the accompanying links to learn more about the Commission.
The Commission cannot provide legal advice and is unable to accept or respond to inquiries or requests involving specific cases, disputes or matters, whether or not they are pending in any court, regulatory agency or other dispute resolution body. The Commission is not a legal services provider, and does not provide advice or services directly to any litigant, prospective litigant, or anyone having legal questions or involved in a legal dispute. If you submit, or have submitted such a request, question, or inquiry, you should not expect a response.
Our mission is to help New Hampshire citizens get the legal assistance they need to
resolve disputes involving issues such as housing, health care and social security benefits, and domestic violence.
The Executive Committee of the Access to Justice Commission will meet on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. at the United States District Court in Concord, N.H. The Committee will work on organizing the 24 initiatives approved by the Commission.