Tasha Everman Assistant Dean & Director of Career Development
Tasha Everman oversees the law college’s professional development programming and outreach to employers. Tasha earned her J.D. from UNL in 2002 and subsequently served as a judicial clerk to judges on the Nebraska Supreme Court and Nebraska Court of Appeals. Tasha joined the college in the fall of 2005 with over a decade of experience working with students both in the U.S. and abroad.
Ms. Everman joined the College of Law in 2005 as the Assistant Dean and Director of Career Development. She received her B.A. degree in English from Mt. Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 1988 and her J.D. degree (with distinction) in 2002 from the University of Nebraska College of Law. While at the College of Law, she was president of the Woman's Law Caucus, and was named the College of Law's "Outstanding Woman Law Graduate" by the National Association of Woman Lawyers. Following law school, Ms. Everman clerked for Justice Kenneth Stephan of the Nebraska Supreme Court and Judge Frankie Moore of the Nebraska Court of Appeals.
Ms. Everman brings to her position as Director of Career Services almost a decade of experience working with students both in the United States and abroad. She lives in Lincoln with her husband Brian and her two children, Maggie and Charlie. She is a member of the Women's Law Caucus Board of Directors, a former board member and strong supporter of the Lincoln Literacy Council and the acting liaison to the college for the Women and The Law Section of the Nebraska State Bar Association.
Kala Mueller Director of Public Interest Programs
Kala joined the University of Nebraska College of Law in 2015 as the Associate Director of Career Services. She received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2005 and her J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2009. While in law school, Kala was involved with the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society, first as a member of its writing program, which resulted in publication of her article on China’s population control policy, and later as a senior editor. She also worked with a clinical program serving prison inmates and the Dane County District Attorney’s Office in Madison, Wisconsin.
Following law school, Kala worked as a prosecutor in central Wisconsin for over 3 years before joining a private practice where she practiced primarily in the area of personal injury defense. She is happy to be back in Lincoln with her husband and three children