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The Committee shall develop the policy and legislative position of
the Association on matters pertaining to the creation, elimination or
movement of judicial positions with respect to the courts of the State
of Nebraska. The Committee shall be responsible for proposing,
considering and commenting upon legislation which creates, abolishes,
moves or otherwise changes judicial positions or vacancies concerning
the courts of the State of Nebraska.
The Committee shall consist of the NSBA President, the immediate
past-President, the President-elect, the Chair of the House of
Delegates and 12 members of the House of Delegates selected by the
chair of that body. The members of the House shall be selected in a
manner so as to provide two (2) representatives from each Supreme Court
District of the State.
The recommendations and positions of the Committee shall be
communicated to the Executive Council and the House of Delegates, and
thereafter become the position of the Association unless changed or
overruled by a vote of the House of Delegates. The Committee is
authorized to appear on behalf of the Association on such matters before
the Legislature or its Judiciary Committee, and is also authorized to
appear on behalf of the Association before the Judicial Resources
The Committee shall develop and submit to the House of Delegates for
approval its own rules for meetings and conducting business.
Robert J. Parker Jr.
Seiler & Parker, P.C., L.L.O.
726 Eastside Blvd.
PO Box 1288
Hastings NE 68902-1288
(402) 463-3125; Fax: (402) 463-3110
Hon. Joseph F. Bataillon, Omaha
Julie E. Bear, Plattsmouth
Michael Borders, Broken Bow
Joel M. Carney, Omaha
Michael R. Dunn, Falls City
Timothy R. Engler, Lincoln
G. Michael Fenner, Omaha
Stephen S. Gealy, Lincoln
John P. Grant, Omaha
Robert M. Hillis, Fremont
Amie C. Martinez, Lincoln
Thomas M. Maul, Columbus
Melany S. O'Brien, Omaha
Robert F. Rossiter Jr., Omaha
Luke M. Simpson, Kearney
Ronald E. Temple, Norfolk
William J. Mueller, Lincoln
Corey Steel, Lincoln
Executive Council Liason:
Robert J. Parker Jr., Hastings