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McMahon-Boies to Administer Attorney Services and Education for the Nebraska Judicial Branch

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Friday, May 9, 2014

The Nebraska Supreme Court has named Carole McMahon-Boies as Administrator for Judicial Branch Education and the Attorney Services Division of the Nebraska Judicial Branch.

As administrator for Attorney Services, McMahon-Boies  will provide support to the Counsel for Discipline, Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission, Nebraska State Bar Commission, and the Commission on the Unauthorized Practice of Law.

The Attorney Services Division is responsible for ensuring that active attorneys obtain annual mandatory continuing legal education and comply with all mandatory annual licensure rules. It provides support for those entities responsible for investigating disciplinary complaints against attorneys, admitting new attorneys to practice, and protecting the public against persons practicing law without a license. The Attorney Services Division also maintains a roster of attorneys licensed to practice law within the State of Nebraska.

McMahon-Boies will retain her position as education coordinator for the Judicial Branch providing educational offerings for all judicial branch employees and judges. She has served as Director of Judicial Branch Education since October 2006. 

Prior to her position with the Court, McMahon-Boies practiced law for 25 years mainly in the area of labor litigation.  Several of her cases were the subject of published opinions in the Federal Circuit Courts and the Nebraska Supreme Court.  She is a member of the bar in both Nebraska and Iowa and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.  She is a past president of the Robert Van Pelt American Inns of Court.  Her teaching experience includes adjunct faculty for many years with Nebraska Wesleyan, Doane College, Union College, and Hamilton College where she taught Labor Law, Human Resource Management, Criminal Law, Contracts, and Business Law.

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