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6/28/2017
"Introduction to Music Copyright Law Using the Beatles as a Case Study" (Webinar)

6/28/2017
Nice Lawyers Finish First (Webinar)

6/28/2017
Sue Unto Others As You Would Have Them Sue Unto You (Webinar)

6/29/2017
Ethics and Identifying Your Client: It's Not Always 20/20 (Telephone)



The Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) is the pro bono program of the Nebraska State Bar Association (NSBA). Created in the early 1980s, VLP furthers the NSBA mission, “Helping Lawyers help People.” VLP creates and coordinates pro bono opportunities that are convenient, rewarding, and impactful for Nebraska lawyers.

The VLP Attorney works under the direction of the VLP Director, assisting with planning and implementing of VLP pro bono activities across Nebraska. The principal office for this position is in Lincoln, Nebraska. This is a full-time, exempt position. Generally, duties are performed Monday-Friday between the hours 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., with some evening, weekend, and extended work days. This position requires travel between Omaha and Lincoln to facilitate VLP programs, which requires a valid driver’s license and reliable, insured motor vehicle. Full description and application information.

The Nebraska State Bar Association is proud to present its new on-demand CLE portal, where you can purchase and view certain NSBA webinars up to a year past their original recording date and earn distance-learning CLE credit. NSBA dues-paying members receive a 25% discount on webinars purchased through the on-demand CLE portal, along with free access to webinars about NSBA member benefits. Check back often, as the catalog will continue to grow!

You can view the on-demand library by visiting www.nebarondemand.com.

NE Free Legal Answers Online is a website where users can post legal questions online for a response by a Nebraska attorney. Users must meet financial and other eligibility requirements to use the Website. Click NE Free Legal Answers or go to NE.FreeLegalAnswers.org to access the Website.

Attorneys can register to volunteer by clicking the Attorney Registration tab at the top of the Web page.