No Cost CLE Programming
As a service to its alumni, Nebraska Law, in partnership with the student organizations, offers multiple continuing legal education opportunities to all alumni. These programs are typically held over the lunch hour. Because programming develops throughout the course of the semester, registration is exclusively online and alumni are encouraged to check this website routinely as programs are added continuously throughout the semester.
Lawyer as Peacemaker: Delivering Unbundled, Collaborative, and Preventive Legal Services
By Forrest S. Mosten, Adjunct Professor of Law, UCLA
Friday, September 26, 2014 (3:00pm – 4:00pm)
College of Law
Approved for 1 CLE credit hour, 0.5 ethics CLE credit
Forrest Mosten will explore the basic concepts, values, and perspectives of peacemaking, limited scope representation, collaborative law, and preventive legal services.
Abuse of Discretion: The Inside Story of Roe v. Wade
By Clarke Forsythe, Author and Senior Counsel of Americans United for Life
Thursday, October 2, 2014 (12:00pm – 1:15pm)
Hamann Auditorium, College of Law
Approved for 1 CLE credit hour
Abuse of Discretion: The Inside Story of Roe v. Wade examines the behind-the-scenes deliberations in the Supreme Court in 1971-73 that led to the decisions in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. If you want to understand the legal future of the abortion issue in the United States, Abuse of Discretion is necessary reading.
Other CLE Programming
In addition to the No Cost CLE programming, Nebraska Law plays host to other continuing education events throughout the year for the benefit of our alumni and friends. Upcoming events are:
2014 Annual Institute
On The Survey of Nebraska Law
Friday, September 5, 2014 (8:30am – 4:30pm)
College of Law, Auditorium
NE CLE credit hours – 7.0, 1.0 professional responsibility
IA CLE credit hours – 7.0, 1.0 ethics hours
MO CLE credit hours – 8.4, 1.2 professional responsibility
Brochure & Registration
Practice Manuals for Purchase
Bankruptcy Manual by Professor Kevin Ruser, 2012 Edition
- Pre-Bankruptcy Counseling
- Information Gathering
- Pre-Filing Requirements
- Preparation of the Bankruptcy Papers
- Signing & Filing the Forms
- Post-Filing Matters
- Lien Avoidance
- Reaffirmation Agreements
- Discharge of Student Loans
- Chapter 7 Discharge
- Finishing up a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
45 Appendices containing forms or documents commonly used in Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings, including a sample checklist, sample questionnaire, sample Chapter 7 Petitions and Schedules, and sample Motions.
A companion CD-ROM is included that contains fully searchable text in .pdf format and forms in .pdf and Word format. Cost of the Guide and companion CD-ROM is $100.00.
Immigration Manual by Professor Kevin Ruser, 2012 Edition
- U.S. Immigration Agencies & Procedures
- How to determine the immigration status of clients
- How to determine possible immigration consequences of criminal proceedings (including ground of inadmissibility and deportability)
- Waivers available to overcome certain grounds of inadmissability
- Relief from removal remedies that will help a client avoid deportation
A tabbed appendix containing analysis for nearly 240 Nebraska criminal statutes for the following possible immigration consequences
- Aggreavated Felony
- Good Moral Character
- Patriculatly serious crime and mandatory detention
Inadmissability Deportability Aggreavated Felony Good Moral Character Patriculatly serious crime and mandatory detention A companion CD-ROM is included that contains fully searchable text in .pdf format and forms in .pdf and Word format. Cost of the Guide and accompanying CD-ROM is $80.00 if you have purchased past copies. If this is a first time purchase then the cost is $85.00.
Contact Marcy Tintera
Continuing Legal Education
University of Nebraska College of Law
P.O. Box 83094
Lincoln, NE 68583-0904
Phone: (402) 472-1258
Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. Visits the College of Law
Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court John G. Roberts, Jr. visited the University of Nebraska College of Law on September 19, 2014. During his time on campus he met with law students and participated in a short fireside conversation with 8th Circuit Court of Appeals Chief Judge William Jay Riley. The conversation, part of the Roman Hruska Institute in partnership with the Nebraska State Bar Foundation, is below.