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NATA sponsors basic and advanced seminars on diverse topics that aid trial lawyers in their practice. Faculties include outstanding lawyers, experts, and judges. Written materials are available for every course. NATA members receive a special discount on registration fees for all programs, and seminar manuals. NATA is an accredited sponsor under the regulations of the Nebraska, Colorado, and Iowa Supreme Court Commissions on Continuing Legal Education.

"Taking Your Case to Trial: Strategies and Demonstrations to Help You Win"
Friday, February 22, 2019
Scott Conference Center, 6450 Pine St., Omaha

Plan to attend NATA's seminar "Taking Your Case to Trial: Strategies and Demonstrations to Help You Win, Friday, February 22, 2019 at the Scott Conference Center, Omaha.  Program Chair Jennifer Meyer has planned a  seminar focusing on jury trial skills with a demonstrative component with the hope that every attendee would be able “see” something new that could then be used in their next jury trial.  The faculty includes seasoned trial attorneys Mark Richardson, Bob Pahlke, Jason Ausman and Kathleen Neary,  who will be demonstrating and teaching strategies they have successfully employed in recent jury trials. Jim Paloucek, another talented trial attorney, will provide an update on the new summary judgment procedure in state court cases. The faculty will include two professors who will be presenting on their academic areas of expertise.  Dr. Richard Wiener, Charles Bessey Professor of Psychology and Law at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, will talk about his study of juror bias and three recent jury decision-making studies he has published.   D. Scott Glasser, Professor and Artistic Director, College of Communications, Fine Arts & Media at the University of Nebraska, Omaha will teach acting and theater skills that can be used to tell your client’s story in the courtroom. The seminar also includes an ethics presentation by Nebraska Counsel for Discipline, Mark Weber, on attorney misconduct in the courtroom.
The seminar has been approved by both the Nebraska and Iowa Supreme Court MCLE Commissions for 6.25 hours of credit including 1 hour of ethics that will apply to the mandatory CLE requirements. Register Online or Download a Brochure.

Online Seminars - SeminarWeb Live*
NATA has partnered with Trialsmith to provide cutting-edge legal strategies through its SeminarWebLive! programs. SeminarWeb Live! programs are sponsored by more than 30 participating trial lawyer associations who identify programs and speakers specifically geared to the trial practice.

How Does It Work? Your can join the live program from your office, home or hotel room using a desktop computer or laptop. You may also invite colleagues to watch the program from a shared computer or projection screen. You may ask questions, participate in surveys, and post comments from your computer during the program.

What are the Technical Requirements? All you need is a PC or Macintosh computer with high-speed Internet access and a phone line for the audio portion of the program. Simple instructions with a link to the program will be sent when you register.

Who May Register? Anyone may register for SeminarWeb Live! programs. Discounts are provided to TrialSmith subscribers. Registration is limited on some programs so please register in advance. You must register 60 minutes prior to when the program begins.

What Programs Are Offered? Click here for upcoming SeminarWeb Live! programs.








Joint Meeting of NATA Board, NATA PAC Trustees, and NATA Legislative Committee
Thursday, February 21, 2019
Quarry Oaks Clubhouse, Ashland

Taking Your Case To Trial: Strategies and Demonstrations to Help You Win

Friday,  February 22, 2019
Scott Conference Center, Omaha

MAY 2019

Friday,  May 3, 2019
Embassy Suites Downtown Lincoln

JULY 2019

Thursday, July 18 to Saturday, July 20
Niobrara Lodge, Valentine, NE