As part of the Nebraska Supreme Court’s ongoing outreach and education efforts, Supreme Court Justices hold oral arguments at High Schools throughout the state.
The visits are part of a continuing effort by the Nebraska Supreme Court and the legal community to raise awareness of court processes and the importance of civics education to our society.
For over 30 years, the Supreme Court has traveled annually to each of Nebraska’s law schools for the purpose of making the Court’s business accessible to students on their campuses. Annual visits are made to the University of Nebraska College of Law and Creighton University School of Law. At both the high school and law school sessions, justices spend time after the argument sessions talking to students about the appellate process and career opportunities as lawyers. Cases are selected to demonstrate the variety of legal arguments that face the court system on a regular basis.
Students are furnished expanded case descriptions, case briefs, and a variety of informational resources regarding appellate and trial courts.
RESOURCE MATERIALS FOR SUPREME COURT ARGUMENTS:
Norfolk High School arguments
- Nebraska Supreme Court to hold session at Omaha Central High School
- Supreme Court Justices travel to Norfolk High School
This program is directed by Justices of the Nebraska Supreme Court.
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1445 K Street/P.O Box 98910
Lincoln, NE 68509