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Buying and Selling Distressed Real Estate, Part 1 (Telephone)

Nice Lawyers Finish First (Webinar)

Buying and Selling Distressed Real Estate, Part 2 (Telephone)

Planning with Single Member LLCs, Part 1 (Telephone)

The Nebraska State Bar Association is soliciting proposals from qualified firms of certified public accountants with experience in non-profit and member organizations to audit the consolidated financial statements for the years ending Dec. 31, 2016 through 2018 of the Nebraska State Bar Association. This includes Form 990, 990-T, and 1120N and its affiliate The Nebraska Lawyers Foundation (includes Form 990). Indicate if limited consulting services are included and if not provide fee structure. Send proposals to Nebraska State Bar Association, ATTN: Nancy Harms, 635 S. 14th St. #200, Lincoln, NE 68508 by July 24, 2016. If you have any questions you may contact Nancy Harms at 402-475-7091 or

The Nebraska State Bar Association is pleased to announce its new online resource for the public, the Nebraska Find-A-Lawyer website. The new website,, allows the NSBA to both provide attorneys with a low cost marketing opportunity and help connect members of the public with legal services. Members of the public can search for a licensed attorney by area of practice and/or area of the state. The search functions also allow clients to identify lawyers who suit other needs, such as attorneys who are bilingual or who are licensed in multiple states. To participate in Nebraska Find-A-Lawyer, complete and return the application form to the Nebraska State Bar Association, along with the appropriate registration fees, and the requisite certificate of insurance addressed to the NSBA or with a copy of the declaration page of your policy showing that you carry the requisite professional liability insurance. The rules adopted by the NSBA House of Delegates regarding the program are available here. To visit the website, go to:

NSBA Dues Paying Members can connect with other attorneys in their area of practice through NSBA Section events, seminars and listservs and gain access to resources developed specifically by Sections.

To join a NSBA Section, you must be a dues paying member or a registered law student member. NSBA Dues Paying Members, log-in to the website and click on this link to Join a Section. You MUST BE LOGGED-IN to receive the correct pricing.