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1990 NSBA News 1 (1990)

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March 1990

Midyear meeting set for Kearney

Two dozen meetings fill the NSBA
1990 midyear meeting agenda March
29-30 in Kearney. All events are
scheduled at the Ramada Inn except
the Nebraska Lawyers' Auxiliary,
which will meet at the Kearney
Country Club.
The Executive Council meets
Thursday evening, at which time the
Supreme Court District Represen-
tatives will announce their nominee
for NSBA president-elect designate,
A full agenda faces the House of
Delegates Friday morning at 9 a.m.
In all, seven Bar committees, three
NSBA sections and nine related
organizations have meetings sched-
uled over the two days.
New meetings added
Two new meetings appear on the
'90 midyear meeting program. Over
50 persons have preregistered for a
Law-Related Education Awareness
workshop Thursday, March 29. LRE
Director Tom Keefe said the work-
shop will introduce teachers, lawyers
and law-enforcement personnel to a
national training and dissemination
program Nebraska joined last year.
A Sections Workshop, beginning at
1 p.m. Thursday, is also new. Section
leaders will discuss governance,
membership development and
growth, CLE for sections and com-
munications. NSBA President Hon.
Lyle E. Strom of Omaha called the
workshop in light of the Bar's com-
prehensive revision of committee/sec-
tion structure last fall.
Inside this issue...
Definitions make difference ... 3
Section  news  .............. 4-5
News from NCLE .......... 6-7
Legislative summary ........ 8-9
Court celebrates 200th ....... 11

The midyear meeting schedule
includes:
Thursday, March 29
9 a.m.     Defense Counsel of
Nebraska
Law-Related Education
Committee

10 a.m.
10:30 a.m.

Insurance Committee
NCLE, Inc., board of
directors

12 noon   Nebraska State Bar
Commission
LRE luncheon

1 P.m.
3 p.m.
4 p,m.

Sections Workshop
NATA seminar, The Little
Red Book of Surprises
Advisory Committee
IOLTA board of directors

5:30 p.m. CockLail reception
7 p.m.     Executive Council dinner
Friday, March 30
7 a.m.     Nebraska State Bar
Foundation breakfast
7:30 a.m. House of Delegates
Executive Committee
Annual Meeting
Committee
8:30 a.m. NATA seminar, The Little
Red Book of Surprises
continued
9 am.     House of Delegates
Advisory Committee
Nebraska Lawyers'
Auxiliary board of
directors
(Kearney Country Club)
11 a.m.    Family Law Section
12 noon   Chief Justice/Bar Officers
luncheon
Public Relations
Committee
Women and the Law
luncheon
Young Lawyers luncheon
1:30 p.m.  Ways, Means & Planning
Committee

Law Day 1990
theme announced
Promoting the legal rights of
children and the elderly is the focus
of Law Day 1990.
The Generations of Justice
theme selected by the American Bar
Association encourages Law Day par-
ticipants to address historical changes
in the law and help all generations of
Americans become better informed
about the legal system.
Law Day is celebrated annually on
May 1st to help Americans recognize
their liberties and rededicate
themselves to the ideals of equality
and justice under the law.
Guides ordered for local bars
Law Day Planning Guides have
been ordered for Nebraska's 37 local
and district bar associations. Pub-
lished by the American Bar Associa-
tion, the guides provide model Law
Day programs, timetable suggestions
and support materials.
For more information on how to
celebrate Generations of Justice in
your community, contact PR Director
Jim Sajevic at the Law Center, (402)
475-7091.

Issue 90-1

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