The Daniel Webster-Batchelder American Inn of Court

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Overview of the Webster-Batchelder Inn of Court: 

Founded in 1993 as New Hampshire's first Inn of Court, the Daniel Webster American Inn of Court merged in 2007 with the William Batchelder Inn of Court to form the Webster Batchelder Inn. Currently we have approximately 65 members.

Our goal is to bring together judges, experienced lawyers, new lawyers, and law students in a social atmosphere to create professional congeniality outside of the courtroom. We offer attendees of our monthly dinner meetings an opportunity to receive continuing legal education (CLE) credit through a social yet educational atmosphere.

The value of the Inn for its members is the opportunity to interact in a colleagial atmosphere with other members of the bar, including attorneys in both public and private practice; judges of the local state and federal courts; and law students from our only law school, UNH. Our members' professional experience levels range from those about to begin their legal careers, to those who have been in the profession for decades.

The Inn meets monthly during the September-May membership year and all meetings include dinner. Members are eligible for one CLE live credit hour per meeting (if they attend).