Law Students Thanked for Community Legal Service

Students at the Creighton University School of Law and the University of Nebraska College of Law who provided free legal work for low-income individuals were recognized for their service during recent graduation ceremo­nies.

Each student received a cer­tificate of appreciation from the Nebraska Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission and Nebraska State Bar Association acknowledging their commit­ment to improving access to justice through contributions to law-related pro bono service as a student.

Nebraska Law students rec­ognized include Kelsey Arends, Dylan Bakken, Shannon Bond, Andrew Broadfoot, Angela Choe, Christopher Giitter, Megan Heinzinger, Damon Hudson, Beth Levine, Tyler McKeone, Adam Onken, Shannon Seim, Rachel Snyder, Amanda Wall and Adam Werner.

Creighton Law students rec­ognized include Edward Diaz, John Farrell, Christopher Felts, Alexandra Fleming, Kenneth Glodo III, Francisco Gomez-Mancillas, Nathan Kinport, Nicholas Le, Savannah Robertson, Kali Roundy, Patrick Wier and Nicole Wilson.

The Access to Justice Commission is created to pro­mote the Nebraska Supreme Court’s goal of providing equal access to swift, fair justice for all Nebraskans regardless of income, race, ethnicity, gender, disability, age or language. 

The Nebraska State Bar Association works for Nebraska lawyers to help them achieve the highest standards of competence, ethics and professionalism and to protect and promote the adminis­tration of and access to justice.

– Nebraska Judicial Branch

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