This website is a joint effort of the Legal Services Agencies serving New Hampshire's low income population.
New Hampshire Legal Services is a community of agencies dedicated to the ideal of equal access to justice. Working together, we provide a range of services to low income people across the state. Legal Advice & Referral Center, New Hampshire Legal Assistance, the Pro Bono Program of the New Hampshire Bar Association, The Disability Rights Center, the Civil Practice Clinic at University of New Hampshire School of Law, and the New Hampshire Public Defender provide representation, legal advice, information and support to clients with legal problems in New Hampshire.
Working with the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, the New Hampshire Judicial Branch, and other agencies, we strive to provide complete assistance and information to our client community.
This community of legal service providers has participated in LARC's creation of this website to assist in the delivery of legal services to our clients, and the delivery of accurate information to our community as a whole. We hope you find this website useful.
New Hampshire Access to Justice Commission and LARC commissioned a study to determine the level of legal needs among low-income people in New Hampshire and to assess the capacity of existing legal services to meet those needs.
See The Justice Gap
See a summary of the study
The New Hampshire Access to Justice Commission asked a policy research firm, to conduct an independent analysis of the economic benefits of New Hampshire’s legal services programs. See The Economic Impact of Civil Legal Services - Achieving Justice and Boosting New Hampshire’s Economy