Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
Incorporated in 1978, the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys (NATA) was established to support the plaintiff’s lawyers of the state. The goals of NATA are to actively protect the right to a jury trial and other rights that plaintiffs have in civil litigation, improve the judicial system, and further the education and professional development of its members. While NATA mainly serves litigation attorneys, law students and judges are also permitted to join.
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The Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys offers a variety of perks to its members. Lawyers belonging to the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys can learn how to improve their litigation skills by listening to the presentations by litigations that are a significant part of NATA’s annual meeting. Each year, the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys publishes an updated version of a practice manual for civil litigation to serve as an easy reference guide for its members.
Contact the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys:
941 "O" Street
Lincoln, NE 68508