Attorneys in Nebraska join the state level legal associations for a variety of reasons including networking opportunities. Legal organizations in Nebraska include the Nebraska Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys.
With a voluntary organization founded in 1899 as its predecessor, the Nebraska State Bar Association became a mandatory organization by order of the Nebraska Supreme Court in 1937. The mission of the Nebraska State Bar Association is to help lawyers help people through maintaining high standards of conduct, improving public understanding of the legal system, providing quality support and services, safeguarding the professional interests of the legal profession, and promote quality continuing legal education (CLE). The association requires each member to complete 10 credits of CLE a year.
The Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association (NCDAA) serves the needs of criminal defense attorneys throughout Nebraska by conducting numerous CLE seminars, providing networking opportunities, publishing a newsletter and maintaining a brief bank.
The NCDAA was established in 1985 to promote the proper and fair administration of criminal justice. Today, many of the top criminal defense attorneys in Nebraska belong to the NCDAA.…Read more »
Founded in 1958, the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys is dedicated to the improvement of the 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... Read more »