NATA MISSION STATEMENT
The Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys is dedicated to the improvement of the trial practice, the preservation of the justice system, and the protection of the constitutional right of trial by jury.
NATA ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE
The Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys was founded in 1958 and incorporated as a 501 (c) 6 organization under the rules of the Internal Revenue Service in 1968. NATA was established for the improvement of the trial practice, and preservation of the justice system. The Association provides quality continuing legal education and is active in the legislative process insofar as it impacts upon justice in Nebraska. The membership of the Association is open to all lawyers, and law students. The resources of the Association are committed to providing advocacy-related services to members and sponsoring, supporting or opposing legislation as needed to protect rights of citizens to recover for wrongs inflicted upon them and maintaining the integrity of the legal system.
The Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys is currently governed by a Board of Directors of 52 members, including an Executive Committee of seven members, six District Directors representing the six Nebraska Supreme Court Judicial Districts, eighteen Directors at Large, four representatives to AAJ, and seventeen past presidents who meet the requirements of Board Members as specified in Article V, Section 11, A of the NATA By-laws.