Founded in 1958, the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys ("NATA") is dedicated to the improvement of trial practice and preservation of the jury system.
With offices in the City of Lincoln in Lancaster County, the NATA provides its members with quality continuing legal education seminars and networking opportunities. Many of the top personal injury attorneys in Nebraska belong to this trusted non-profit organization.
The NATA has several classes of members including the following: regular members, sustaining members, members of the Circle of Advocates, and associate members. Membership in NATA is open to lawyers and students in law school.
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The benefits of membership in the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys include invitations to the NATA Annual Dinner which is a black-tie optional dinner. Other events include the Annual Meeting and Fall Seminar. Members also enjoy a subscription to the Prairie Barrister, an electronic version of the organization’s publication.
The NATA has also partnered with several for-profit companies to provide special benefits to their members including discounts with SBA Loan Group, LLC, which helps law firms in Nebraska apply for Small Business Administration loans.
NATA also publishes a Civil Litigation Practice Manual which contains 25 chapters of educational materials, practical advice and helpful forms. The organization provides the top CLE seminars offered in the state on topics such as personal injury, wrongful death, and worker’s compensation.
Members are also invited to join different committees which are the backbone of the organization. Those committees include the Executive Committee, Amicus Curiae Committee, Audit & Finance Committee, Compensation Committee, Continuing Education Committee, Legislative Committee, Membership and Public Affairs Committee, Nominating Committee, Professional Negligence Committee, Publications Committee, and Workers’ Compensation Committee.
This article was last updated on Thursday, September 5, 2019.