This class will explore public access to New Hampshire court records and proceedings throughout history. What has changed and what hasn’t—and what rights do you have today? Participants will learn about the origins of New Hampshire’s common law and constitutional right to open court records and proceedings, and where to find language and authority for access.
Instructor: Kathleen Sullivan, Esq. is a principal with the law firm of Malloy & Sullivan. She has represented Union Leader Corporation and other media companies in Right-to-Know cases before the Circuit, Superior, and Supreme Courts of New Hampshire for twenty years.
This is a free presentation from the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications.