|New Hampshire Municipal Lawyers Association|
|Meeting the Education, Communication & Service Needs of New Hampshire Municipal Lawyers|
NHMLA has contracted with Daniel D. Crean, P.L.L.C. (Crean Legal Education) to provide high quality, relevant, timely, and very low-cost CLE seminars. NHMLA members receive substantial discounts on CLE seminar fees.
To suggest a topic or to inquire about being a faculty presenter, contact Dan Crean.
2012- 13 MCLE Reporting Year
Crean Legal Education, authorized CLE provider for NMLA, has been renewed as an approved CLE sponsor for the 2012-13 Reporting Year. Approved programs presented during the 2012-13 reporting year are:
September 21, in co-sponsorship with the NH Housing Finance Authority, "Planning for Fair Housing"
October 15, Local Governments & Roads Protection, Regulation & Building Permits
December 4, Current Issues in Local Government Employment Law
May 13: Stormwater Management
June 4: Municipal Regulation of Hawkers, Peddlers and Panhandlers
The 2013-14 Seminar Schedule included the following important seminars:
Telecommunications Law Developments and Guidance, held on Thursday, October 24, 2013, and providing 3.0 CLE Credit Hours.
Agri-Tourism and Agriculture - Zoning Meets the Barnyard (& Vineyard), January 30, 2014, approved for 2.5 MCLE Credit hours.
Update on Takings and Exactions, February 26, 2014, approved for 3.0 MCLE Credit Hours
Legal Writing & Drafting for Municipal Lawyers June 19, 2014, approved for 2.0 MCLE Credit Hours
Ethics and the Municipal Lawyer - June 30, 2014, from 2:00 - 4:00, approved for 2.0 MCLE Ethics Credit Hours.
The 2014-15 CLE Schedule included:
December 8, 2014, Musings and Guidance on Speed Bumps, Frost Heaves, and Roads
March 26, 2015 Federal and State Employment Law
April 7, 2015 NH Right-to-Know Law and Local Government
June 23, 2015 The annual ethics and professionalism seminar.
PLEASE NOTE: NHMCLE Reporting rules have changed for the 2014-15 and subsequent reporting years. Annual sponsor status is no longer used and sponsors will not report CLE credit - Instead, attorneys will be self-reporting attendance at programs.
NHMLA will continue to offer CLE programs, but it no longer can indicate approved status for programs, Instead, attorneys will be responsible for determining if program qualify for CLE credit. NHMLA believes that all CLE programs is will offer will meet qualification standards. Please see individual program announcements for details.
For the 2015-16 reporting year, On 9/21, NHMLA presented an important seminar on Proper Use of Letters of Credit. On November 12, the topic was Sign Law and Related Issues. In March, NMLA's webinar focused on recent court decisions. Please see the tabs under this section for more info on upcoming seminars, including one on municipal liability and immunity to be scheduled in June 2016.