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  • 2 Sep 2022 7:56 AM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    Students in the Immigration Clinic at the University of Nebraska College of Law, under the supervision of Professor Kevin Ruser, are available, on a limited basis, from September 12 through November 11, 2022, and January 23 through April 21, 2023, to consult with criminal defense counsel regarding possible immigration consequences their non-citizen clients may face as the result of clients’ involvement with the Nebraska state criminal justice system.  Please email any question about this project to Professor Kevin Ruser at kruser1@unl.edu. 

  • 18 Aug 2022 8:59 AM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    Nebraska’s indigent defense system relies both on public defenders and court appointed attorneys. It has recently been reported that the number of lawyers willing to take court appointments has decreased significantly in a number of counties, threatening the administration of justice in our state.  This publication was developed by the Nebraska State Bar Association, in partnership with the Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association, as a resource for counties to help inform their court appointed counsel rates.

    Court Appointed Counsel Report - July 2022 Final.pdf

  • 25 Mar 2022 9:59 AM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    The UNL Crimmigration Memo Project ends for the semester. A total of 7 memos for criminal defense counsel were written this semester. Professor Kevin Ruser expects to start the clinic during the fall 2022 semester. 

  • 16 Dec 2021 7:16 AM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    Students in the Immigration Clinic at the University of Nebraska College of Law, under the supervision of Professor Kevin Ruser, are available, on a limited basis, from January 18 to April 15, to consult with criminal defense counsel regarding possible immigration consequences their non-citizen clients may face as the result of clients’ involvement with the Nebraska state criminal justice system.  Please email any question about this Project to Professor Kevin Ruser at kruser1@unl.edu. 

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    Consultation Agreement, Rev. 10 07 21 - Fillable.png

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  • 21 Sep 2021 9:26 AM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    The Bob Chaloupka Kick Ass Trial Skills Seminar, to be held at the Hampton Inn in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.  All proceeds from the seminar are divided evenly between NCDAA, NATA and Trial Lawyers College.

    The seminar begins at noon Mountain Time on Thursday, Nov. 4 and ends at 12:30 Mountain Time on Friday. Nov. 5.  That allows for out-of-towners to get on the road early and arrive in time for the first speakers on Thursday, and leave after the transcendent Darryl Burton’s powerful presentation concludes on Friday and still get home for dinner.  Our CLE approval is pending in Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado and Wyoming – the states where we’ve been approved each year in the past. 

    You can register online at https://chaloupkalaw.net/the-bob-chaloupka-trial-skills-seminar/.  Bring a friend and come to Scottsbluff in November … they are looking forward to gathering together once again for education, fellowship and inspiration in the name of a great Nebraska trial lawyer.

  • 22 Jul 2021 5:01 PM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    The 2021 Nebraska Criminal Law Practitioner's Guide to Representing Non-Citizens in State Court Proceedings, by Professor Kevin Ruser is now available here.  



  • 20 Apr 2021 7:28 AM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    The Crimmigration Memo Project ends after a particularly successful semester. A total of 12 memos for criminal defense counsel were written this semester. Professor Kevin Ruser expects to start the clinic during the spring 2022 semester. 

  • 3 Feb 2021 11:56 AM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    Students in the Immigration Clinic at the University of Nebraska College of Law, under the supervision of Professor Kevin Ruser, are available, on a limited basis, to consult with criminal defense counsel regarding possible immigration consequences their non-citizen clients may face as the result of clients’ involvement with the Nebraska state criminal justice system.  Please email any question about this Project to Professor Kevin Ruser at kruser1@unl.edu. 

    Consultation Agreement -- 2021.pdf

    Immigration_Questionnaire_Fillable_Form.pdf

    Email format for consultation request.pdf

  • 16 Dec 2020 2:56 PM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    The Supreme Court has entered an order allowing all 10 credits for 2021 to be earned through distance based education, effectively raising the cap on distance learning to 10 for another year. 

    2021 CLE Order.pdf

  • 7 Dec 2020 12:46 PM | Anna Eickholt (Administrator)

    In response to the continued COVID-19 pandemic, the NCDAA will offer CLE classes On-Demand. The classes are approved for Nebraska MCLE credit. Visit our On Demand store for details. 


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