Concord Monitor (NH)

Daily newspaper for Concord, the state capital of New Hampshire. It also covers surrounding towns in Merrimack, most of Belknap county, as well as portions of Grafton, Rockingham and Hillsborough counties.
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Primary geographic focus: New Hampshire
Organization type(s): Media


News Story

Mobile game helps people act as their own lawyer so they don’t, for example, call the judge ‘dude’

David Brooks
Concord Monitor (NH)
January 16, 2018
Private lawyers are often too expensive for such small-claims or family court cases and the number of lawyers working pro bono doesn’t begin to meet the need, creating a lot of what is known in legalese as self-represented litigants.


Martha Fuller Clark: Legal aid puts justice within reach for low-income women

Martha Fuller Clark
Concord Monitor (NH)
August 12, 2017
Our court system is complicated, which means justice is often out of reach for people who do not have the means to pay for legal help.


The importance of civil legal aid

Erica Bodwell, Teresa Rosenberger
Concord Monitor (NH)
June 11, 2017
We’d like to draw some attention to an item that has a crucial, often hidden impact on businesses: civil legal aid.

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Trump budget puts legal assistance on the chopping block for low-income Granite Staters

Elodie Reed
Concord Monitor (NH)
April 2, 2017
This help, which LARC provided to roughly 5,200 low-income Granite Staters in 2016 alone, is now under threat.

News Story

N.H. study shows certain groups of students more likely to be kicked out of school

Lola Duffort
Concord Monitor (NH)
October 8, 2016
A recent University of New Hampshire Carsey School of Public Policy studyfound that male students, students of color, students with disabilities, and homeless students were much more likely than their peers to experience exclusionary discipline.

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Children’s disability assistance isn’t income, state Supreme Court says

Allie Morris
Concord Monitor (NH)
August 2, 2016
Hundreds of low-income families could receive new or additional state financial aid following a state Supreme Court decision Tuesday.


A campaign for wider civil justice

Concord Monitor (NH)
August 28, 2015
It’s in New Hampshire’s present and long-term economic interest to find a way to make a greater investment in legal aid services says the editorial board at the Concord Monitor.

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