Voting, Democracy, and the Court

Register below for the upcoming CLE program, “Voting, Democracy, and the Court,” a panel discussion presented by the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society and the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Service. The program will be held on Thursday, February 22, from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Intellectual Property Center, University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law at 2 White Street in Concord (Room 282). The program is in person, but a Zoom link will be made available upon request.

Panelists will discuss democracy and voting issues that the New Hampshire Supreme Court has confronted in recent years, including partisan gerrymandering, the independent state legislature theory, and criteria regarding who can vote. The panelists will be:

  • Rick Lehmann, Lehmann Major List, PLLC
  • Bill Christie, Shaheen & Gordon
  • Henry Klementowicz, ACLU-NH Senior Staff Attorney

The discussion will be moderated by UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law Professor Julian Jefferson.

Cost to Attend:

  • Attorney Members of NH SC Society – $50;
  • Non-Member Attorneys- $100;
  • UNH Law Students and faculty, high school students and teachers – Free;
  • Members of the Public – Free;
  • Government attorneys/public defenders/non-profit legal services attorneys/judges — $50;
  • Firm members of law firm corporate sponsors of NHSCS – Free.

For non-members: If you join NHSCS now, you can save $50 off the cost of the program. Membership fees are:

  • Patron – $200 per calendar year;
  • Regular Member – $100 per calendar year;
  • Young Professional, Student, Non-Profit/Employee Member- $50 per calendar year.
  • Lifetime Member – $1,500 (one-time payment; no annual fees)

The deadline to register is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 21. To register for the event, and/or become a member, please fill out the form below, and send a check payable to the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society, to:
Gilles Bissonnette
18 Low Ave.
Concord, NH 03301

For more information, contact Gilles Bissonnette at 603-227-678, or

Registration for this event has ended.