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Ralph Barbagallo Jr. Concludes his term as Rockingham County Bar Association President

July 18, 2012
The Rockingham County Bar Association has held its Annual Meeting and Spring Dinner . Guest speaker Chief Justice John T. Broderick spoke of the efforts of the Court to be more consumer friendly. He urged members of the Bar to embrace technological changes and not to resist them . He told of the Court’s efforts to seek input from the public at large to improve the administration of the system. Finally he urged lawyers to get involved and not to hesitate to suggest improvement in the system.
Richard Uchida President of the New Hampshire Bar Association spoke about the importance of County Bar Associations.
Board Member Paul Pudloski gave an entertaining history of the Loyal Order OF The Rock .Two new members were inducted Paul Mc Eachern from Portsmouth and Ralph Stein of Salem.
In his year in Review Report President Ralph A Barbagallo Jr. outlined this years accomplishments including [1] Presenting the first ever CLE sponsored by the Rockingham County Bar Association [2] Recognizing Register of Deeds Cathy Stacey at the Fall Luncheon [3] the completion of an Attorney Referral Data base for Attorneys and the Public to be accessed from the Rockingham County Web Site [4] The signing of a new lease for space at the Rockingham County Courthouse for a Lawyers Lounge [5] Setting the groundwork for an “Ask a lawyer” program to be done on a volunteer basis by members of the Rockingham County Bar Association to provide information to the public at various locations throughout Rockingham County and [6] The initiation of an exchange program with two other Rockingham County Bar Association in Virginia and North Carolina.

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