Training - Caselines
Three Steps to Success!
Become proficient with digital evidence by completing the training plan:
Step 1: Register for Part 1 CaseLines Digital Evidence Management and receive FREE CLE credit
Step 2: Attend Part 2 CaseLines Courtroom Presentation Skills Workshop and receive access to a training case that you can use to practice CaseLines when you need it and at your convenience
Step 3: Stay Informed – bookmark and visit the CaseLines website often for the latest information on the pilot schedule and training dates
*** There is no cost for any CaseLines training. ***
Watch Part 1 – CaseLines Digital Evidence Management - online seminar!
Attorneys: To receive FREE CLE credit, you must register from the NHBA Program Catalog.
Non-attorneys or to view without CLE credit: Click here to view a recording of the live webinar held on 8/23/21.
This course explains how to use the CaseLines digital evidence management software required for all evidentiary matters in the NH Superior Court. The tutorial demonstrates how to prepare, submit, and manage digital evidence. Part 1 teaches litigators to work effectively with digital evidence for presenting in court, and it is a prerequisite for Part 2 - Courtroom Presentation Skills Workshop. Trainers also introduce presentation concepts in Part 1 to prepare the trainee for the Workshop.
Attend Part 2 – CaseLines Courtroom Presentation Skills Workshop
The Courtroom Presentation Skills Workshop is held in person at the NH Bar Center. The Workshop's purpose is to demonstrate how to use CaseLines when presenting evidence in the courtroom. Litigators will learn to effectively and efficiently share online exhibits during hearings and trials, and practice time in a courtroom-like setting is available. Participants are encouraged to bring the laptop or tablet they use in court to this hands-on learning opportunity. The court will provide internet access and the necessary display equipment. Workshops will be held at the NH Bar Association, 2 Pillsbury Street, Suite 300, Concord, NH.
Training is scheduled to coincide with the dates each Superior Court will transition to CaseLines. Rockingham Superior has nearly completed their pilot phase, and Hillsborough County North will begin their pilot on November 15, 2021. All remaining counties will transition to CaseLines in 2022.
Your Next Steps
- Follow the How to Register instructions.
- Familiarize yourself and your staff by reviewing the online Training Resources
- Review the Training Frequently Asked Questions and then email the Superior Court Center with additional questions.
- Provide feedback by completing the new CaseLines Training Survey.
How to Register
- Register at the NH Bar Association's CLE Program Catalog to view the online webinar Part 1 CaseLines Digital Evidence Management.
- The NH Bar Association will notify the NH Superior Court Center when you have completed the prerequisite Part 1. You will receive an invitation to register for Part 2 – CaseLines Courtroom Presentation Skills Workshop.
Review the Training Schedule to select the Workshop best suited to your practice.
Important: There are a limited number of Workshops, and the maximum number of attendees per session is 30. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and is available to those who have completed Part 1.
Part 2 CaseLines Courtroom Presentation Skills Workshop Options
Remember: Complete Part 1 first to receive an invitation to the Workshop
Bookmark this page and return frequently to see new training dates.
- October 15, 2021 at 10AM
- October 19, 2021 at 10AM
- October 26, 2021 at 10AM
- October 28, 2021 at 2PM
- November 2, 2021 at 10PM
- November 2, 2021 at 2PM
- November 9, 2021 at 10PM
- November 9, 2021 at 2PM
- November 10, 2021 at 10PM
- November 10, 2021 at 2PM
- November 15, 2021 - Hills North Pilot Begins
- December 7, 2021 at 2PM
- December 9, 2021 at 2PM
- December 16, 2021 at 10AM
|Courthouse||CaseLines Pilot Begins||CaseLines DEM Webcast/Online Seminar||Workshop Options|
|Merrimack & Strafford||January 10, 2022||Online Seminar Only||TBD|
|Carroll & Belknap||February 14, 2022||Online Seminar Only||TBD|
|Cheshire & Sullivan||March 18, 2022||Online Seminar Only||TBD|
|Coos & Grafton||April 21, 2022||Online Seminar Only||TBD|
- May I register for any available session? Yes. However, we advise attorneys to attend the session that falls closest to a scheduled evidentiary event. Training is best done just before the new skill is needed. Scheduling priority is given to attorneys who have upcoming hearings or trials in the court that is transitioning to CaseLines.
- Do I need a laptop or tablet for the live webcast or the online seminar? The Workshop? You only need a device that can access the internet to view the webcast or video recording. Attorneys are strongly urged to bring a laptop or tablet to the Workshop to get the full experience of “rehearsing” in the courtroom. The court and NH Bar Association cannot provide computers for this purpose.
- What are the COVID protocols for the in-person Workshop? The Workshop is open to all registered attendees, regardless of vaccination status. The NH Bar Center protocols will be enforced: Masks are mandatory, capacity is reduced to support social distancing, and six-feet of separation is strongly encouraged.
- What training is available to my staff? The NH Superior Court has provided extensive online training resources, including videos and quick reference guides. Encourage staff to start with the Interactive Training Map and then explore specific topics listed in the complete set of Reference Guides.
- Who can I contact for additional information about CaseLines training? For registration questions, please email Registrar@nhbar.org and reference “CaseLines” in the subject. For all other training-related questions, email Superiorcourtcenter@courts.state.nh.us
- Who do I call if CaseLines is not working as expected? Contact Technical Support: Call 1-800-290-9378, or Email DECSupport@thomsonreuters.com, or Log into https://nhecourt.caselines.com/ and click on Support. Then click on Report an Incident, and complete the form.
Litigators are also encouraged to review the following online training materials at any time:
Quick Reference Guides
- Complete set of Quick Reference Guides
- Quick Tips for Getting Started
- How to register, log on and find a case
- How to upload a document
- How to navigate around the bundle
- How to view documents
- How to download documents
- How to issue a page direction
- How to use the presentation feature
- Granting Access to an Individual User
- How to add notes to a document
- How to edit and filter notes
- How to make pen notes
- How to hide notes