Law Students Thanked for Community Legal Service During Graduation

Law Students Thanked for Community Legal Service During Graduation

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

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

Law Students recognized at their respective ceremonies include:

University of Nebraska Law College
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
Adam Werner

Creighton School of Law
Edward Diaz
John Farrell
Christopher Felts
Alexandra Fleming
Kenneth Glodo III
Francisco Gomez-Mancillas
Nathan Kinport
Nicholas Le
Savannah Robertson
Kali Roundy 
Patrick Wier 
Nicole Wilson

The Nebraska 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. The NSBA’s Volunteer Lawyers Project helps the NSBA meet that mission by connecting Nebraska lawyers with pro bono opportunities serving low-income Nebraskans.