COVID-19: New Hampshire Supreme Court to Hold Remote Oral Arguments

           On April 21, 2020, the New Hampshire Supreme Court announced via a News Release that beginning on Wednesday, April 29, the New Hampshire Supreme Court will hold remote oral arguments via videoconferencing technology. This release was in response to the continued COVID-19 pandemic.

           Senior Associate Justice Gary E. Hicks was quoted in the release stating “Oral argument is an important and helpful part of the appellate process, for both the advocates and the justices. By using videoconferencing technology in coordination with livestreaming, we aim to maintain the benefits of oral argument, while minimizing delay, and continuing to offer New Hampshire citizens a real-time glimpse into the workings of the court system.”

           Live video streaming of oral arguments will remain available to the public the Supreme Court’s website.

           The attorneys at Soule, Leslie, Kidder, Sayward, & Loughman have presented to the New Hampshire Supreme Court via oral argument numerous times over the firm’s 55 year history. If you are looking for help with an appellate matter, feel free to contact one of our attorneys for a case evaluation.



COVID-19 Firm Operations

For the protection of our staff and clients, as well as the general public, our offices will be limiting face-to-face contact consistent with CDC and OSHA guidance and guidelines on Coronavirus (COVID-19). As such, we are asking that all clients and others who may have any reason to come to our offices please communicate with us by phone or e-mail to the fullest extent possible. Although our attorneys are generally working remotely at this time, we are still taking on new clients. Any potential clients interested in working with our firm may call our Salem office at (603) 898-9776 to be directed to the appropriate attorney to help with their legal issue, or may use the contact form on this website. We are happy to meet with you virtually (via Skype, Facetime, or Zoom) or telephonically to discuss your legal issue.