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4/25/2017
Loose Lips Sink Partnerships (and Clients Too) (Webinar)

4/25/2017
Understanding and Reviewing Franchise Agreements, Part 2 (Telephone)

4/27/2017
Settlement Agreements in Employment Disputes & Litigation (Telephone)

4/28/2017
Ethics and Drafting Effective Conflict of Interest Waivers (Telephone)



Longtime Director of the Nebraska Lawyers Assistance Program, Rick Allan will be retiring this summer. The Nebraska Lawyers Assistance Program (NLAP) offers help to lawyers, judges and law students troubled by substance abuse problems, stress, depression and other types of disorders, accidents, illnesses, including aging that may impair their ability to perform in a competent and professional manner. NLAP was created for this purpose in 1995 by the NSBA: and the director and volunteers of NLAP, who are members of the NSBA’s Committee on the Nebraska Lawyers Assistance Program, know the problems faced by their impaired colleagues and how to help overcome these problems assisting lawyers, judges, law students, their families and staffs and the importance of protecting the public and the reputation of the Bar and Judiciary. View complete job description and application information.

The NSBA provides more than 85 live CLE seminars each year. And while we feel that nothing beats participation in a live seminar, we recognize that live participation is not always possible. Therefore, we are excited to announce that beginning August 18, 2016, the NSBA will begin offering on-demand CLE webinars.

What is the difference between a live webcast and an on-demand webinar? Live webcasts are offered on a specific date and time, while on-demand webinars can be downloaded and watched at any time.

You can view the on-demand library by visiting www.nebarondemand.com. New programs will be added every month.

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.