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August 6-8. CLE Schedule. 42 Presenters General Sessions Constitutional Review Ethics Justice Alito Breakout Sessions Criminal Law Civil Practice Bankruptcy Topics of Interest. General Sessions . Constitutional Law: Prof. Lawrence Lessig (Harvard)

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cle schedule
CLE Schedule
  • 42 Presenters
  • General Sessions
    • Constitutional Review
    • Ethics
    • Justice Alito
  • Breakout Sessions
    • Criminal Law
    • Civil Practice
    • Bankruptcy
    • Topics of Interest
general sessions
General Sessions
  • Constitutional Law:
    • Prof. Lawrence Lessig (Harvard)
    • Dean Erwin Chemerinsky ( U Cal Irvine)
  • Civil Rights:
    • Sherrilyn Ifill, Counsel NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund
  • Justice Alito with Introduction by Sen. Mike Johanns
    • U.S. Supreme Court Tour
criminal law breakout sessions
Criminal Law Breakout Sessions
  • Sentencing Commission Chair, Hon. Patti Saris
  • Child Pornography:
    • Kurt Bumby, PhD, Troy Stabenow AFPD (W MO), Michael Norris AUSA (NE)
  • Immigration: Prof. Kevin Ruser (U of Nebraska)
  • Practice Tips: Joseph Friedberg (Minneapolis)
  • Appellate Practice:
    • Hon. Michael Melloy (8th Cir.), Hon. William Cassel (NE Sup. Ct.) & Eric Magnuson (Minn. Sup. Ct. ret.)
bankruptcy breakout sessions
Bankruptcy Breakout Sessions
  • Ethics: Prof. Nancy Rapoport
  • Q&A with 8th Circuit BAP
  • Law Update:
    • Gary Norton (Des Moines)
  • Chapter 5 Fraudulent Transfers:
    • Don Swanson & Tom Ashby
  • “How to Lose Your Case Without Really Trying”
    • Judge Terrence Michael
civil practice breakouts
Civil Practice Breakouts
  • Intellectual Property Law
    • Federal Circuit Judge Kathleen M. O’Malley
    • Ron Schutz, Robert Greene Sterne &
    • Prof. Christal Sheppard UNL
  • Trauma Informed Justice
    • Hon. Douglas Johnson &
    • Dr. Deb Anderson, Project Harmony
  • Smart Phone & Social Media for Judges and Lawyers
    • Kirk C. Stange (St. Louis, MO)
  • Immigration in Every Day Practice
    • Prof. Kevin Ruser, UNL
breakout sessions
Breakout Sessions
  • Mediation Tips:
    • Prof. Patrick Borchers & James Rosenbaum, USDC ret.
  • Trial Evidence:
    • Prof. Andrew Jurs (Drake) & Judge F.A. Gossett, III
  • Legal WritingLessons from Justice Simonett
    • Hon. Kevin Ross (Minn. Ct. of Appeals)
  • Supreme Court Arbitration Update:
    • Prof. Patrick Borchers, Werner Institute
  • ADA Panel:
    • EEOC Commissioner Chai R. Feldblum
ethics
Ethics
  • Breakouts:
    • Prof. Greg O’Meara, SJ – Bartleby & Bits, Internet Privacy and Confidentiality
    • Prof. Nancy Rapoport, (U of Nevada, Las Vegas) Bankruptcy Ethics
    • Prof. Richard Dooling(U of Nebraska)
    • Prof. Lawrence Raful (Touro Law School, NY) Watergate 40 Years Later
  • General Session:
    • Gregory Joseph ( Joseph, Hage, Aaronson LLC, New York)
topics of interest
Topics of Interest
  • Edward Snowden, Hero or Traitor: The History and Legality of the NSA’s Domestic Surveillance Program
    • Prof. G. Michael Fenner (Creighton)
  • Bartleby & Bits: Confidentiality and the Perils of Technology –
    • Prof. Greg J. O’Meara, SJ (Creighton)
  • Watergate 40 Years Later, Legal Ethics and Politics –
    • Prof. Larry Raful (Touro School of Law, NY)
social events
Social Events
  • Joslyn Art Museum Reception
    • Docent tours prior to reception
    • Music by Carol Rogers & Co.
  • Welcome Reception - Hilton Hotel
    • Music by Camille Metoyer MotenEnsemble
    • Magic by Joe Brogie
  • Conference Luncheon ,
    • NAACP Counsel Sherrilyn Ifill
  • Golf through Omaha Bar Association
it s the place to be
It’s the Place to Be

Part of Nebraska State Judge’s CLE

Network with Lawyers Around the Circuit

National Presenters

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