Prenda Appointed Deputy State Court Administrator

Lincoln – Amy Prenda was recently ap­pointed the deputy state court ad­ministrator for court services.

Corey Steel, state court administrator for the administrative of­fice of the courts and probation, announced the appointment in a re­lease last week.

Prenda will promote statewide administra­tive practices and pro­cedures, oversee the op­eration of court programs and take a primary role in strategic plan­ning for all levels of court within Nebraska’s Judicial Branch. Her appointment is effective June 10.

Prenda has worked in high-level administrative positions within the legal community since gradu­ating from Creighton University School of Law in 1994. She most recently held the position of direc­tor of continuing legal education and editor of the Nebraska Lawyer for the Nebraska State Bar Association, where she was responsible for delivery of educational programs and commu­nication of association services and informa­tion for lawyers across the state. 

Her past work in­cludes serving as le­gal counsel to the Nebraska Legislature’s Appropriation and Judiciary com­mittees followed by a variety of positions with organizations di­rectly related to the Nebraska Unicameral. In 2016 and 2017, Prenda served as the state’s justice reinvestment implementation co­ordinator, working with all three branches of government to estab­lish justice reform through innova­tive programming.

– Nebraska Judicial Branch


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