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2014 Sex Harassment Update (Telephone)

Estate Planning for Real Estate, Part 2 (Telephone)

Maxims, Monarchy, and Sir Thomas More (Webcast)

Attorney Ethics and the Use of "Metadata" in Litigation & Transactional Practice (Telephone)

Picking the Right Trust: Alphabet Soup of Alternatives (Telephone)

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2015 NSBA Dues Statements have been mailed. Watch your mail for the envelope marked NSBA Dues Statement.

PLEASE NOTE: To renew your NSBA license for 2015 you must log into your Attorney Services account at to pay the mandatory assessment and complete the required annual reporting. For questions regarding mandatory assessments, contact the Attorney Services Division of the Supreme Court at (402) 471-3137 or

Online renewal is now available for those attorneys who did pay 2014 Dues to the NSBA. You are not required to renew online, you may still return the paper dues statement to the NSBA offices to renew your membership.

To renew your membership login to your account and locate the Membership (Renew) link. Click on that link and it will start the renewal process. Please read all instructions carefully. If you do not know your log-in information, please contact Elisa Oria.

For those attorneys who did not pay 2014 dues and wish to pay 2015 dues, online payment will be available via the Join the NSBA link.

Does your billing and practice management software fit your firm’s needs, or are you spending too much time on workarounds that don’t make sense? In our 30 minute webinar, exclusive to NSBA members, see a demo of Tabs3 Billing and PracticeMaster Software.

You will learn:

• The fastest and most efficient ways to enter your time.

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• Reports that help you make great business decisions.

Upgrade to Tabs3 and PracticeMaster so that you can work smarter and improve your firm’s bottom line. NSBA members get a 10% discount on new Tabs3 Software products through March 2015.

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The results of the 2014 Judicial Performance Evaluation are now available. The Judicial Performance Evaluation is a biennial evaluation of Nebraska judges by Nebraska lawyers, coordinated by the Nebraska State Bar Association. Evaluations are available for the past 8 years.

The results represent an average score on each characteristic for each judge, using the 5-point scale noted on the top of each page. No attempt has been made to determine an overall rating for each judge, nor has any attempt been made to compare one judge’s scores with those of any other judge. That is not the purpose of this evaluation and such a comparison would not be statistically valid.

No attempt has been made to verify the answers expressed by lawyers responding to the poll. Soval Solutions, LLC., an independent research firm in Lincoln, compiled the results. The responses represent a collection of individual opinions, which have been gathered and tabulated solely for their informational value. The Judicial Performance Evaluation does not present scientifically accurate conclusions, nor does the poll constitute an official NSBA opinion or position. It is a collection of individual opinions gathered and tabulated solely for informational value.