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The "Claremont Lawsuit" as it has come to be known, has resulted in the delineation of the Constitutional rights of a child in the State of New Hampshire to an adequate education. Our law firm has been instrumental in the development and inception of this lawsuit, as well as its prosecution. Attorney Connair continues to serve as Chairman of the Claremont Lawsuit Coalition. We are committed to this endeavor and the children of the New Hampshire and shall continue to stand proud.

To find out more about the Claremont Lawsuit, contact Thomas P. Connair, Esq.

 

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N.H. School Funding Is Up For Discussion

From the Valley News, August 5, 2018

A public forum on the current status of education funding in New Hampshire and its continued heavy reliance on property taxes will be led next week by the former lead attorney in the Claremont lawsuit.

https://www.vnews.com/Atrorneys-come-to-Newport-to-talk-about-state-s-obligation-on-education-funding-19249884

Claremont Case Attorney Says New Education Lawsuit 'urgently needed'

From the Concord Monitor, April 27, 2018

“We’re hoping for some renewed energy and maybe some younger blood to carry the torch, but I think there is growing interest in the towns,” said Attorney Connair.

https://www.concordmonitor.com/former-claremont-attorney-thinks-there-should-be-another-education-funding-suit-17124739

Report: 20 Years After Claremont Ruling on Education Funding, Property-Poor Towns Still Struggling

From NHPR, July 14, 2017

In the nearly 20 years since  state the Supreme Court issued its landmark Claremont II decision calling for equal access to an adequate education, significant disparities among communities persist, according to a recent report by the N.H. Center for Public Policy Studies.

https://www.nhpr.org/post/report-20-years-after-claremont-ruling-education-funding-property-poor-towns-still-struggling#stream/0

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