Job Shadowing Program

 

2012 Job Shadowing Program

The Job Shadowing Program provides high school students with information about different careers in the law and the steps to take to become an attorney. Click here to read more.

2011 Job Shadowing Program

The Job Shadowing Program provides high school students with information about different careers in the law and the steps to take to become an attorney. Click here to read more.

 

NSBA Wins American Bar Association Diversity Partnership Award

The ABA Standing Committee on Bar Activities and Services selected the Nebraska State Bar Association as the recipient of an ABA Partnership Award for three of its diversity programs: the Job Shadowing Program, the LSAT Prep Scholarship Program, and the Minority Corporate Counsel Program. Click here to read more.

 

 

Fredericks Peebles & Morgan LLP hosted the Native youth Leadership Program in December of 2011

Participating attorneys were:  Danelle Smith, Sarah Wheelock, Leonika Charging, and Jennifer Bear Eagle.  Also pictured is Judy gaiashkibos, Executive Director of the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs.

The job shadowing program provides high school students with information about different careers in the law and the steps to take to become an attorney. Each firm is provided with a PowerPoint presentation entitled “How to Become a Lawyer” developed by Ken Wentz (Jackson Lewis, LLP) and Sherman Willis (Fraser Stryker PC, LLO).The experience provides an inside look at the work of attorneys in firms and organizations — firms often give tours of their facilities or local courthouse and have lunch with the students.

Job Shadowing Program 2009 Newsletter

 Students from Blackburn tour Spencer Fane Britt & Browne, LLP.

                                                       

Below, Kenneth Wentz (Jackson Lewis, LLP) gives a presentation at a local high school.

 

A group of students tour the Koley Jessen law firm in Omaha, Neb.


 

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