The Resource for Paralegals
Vision: We strive to be an influential paralegal association where innovation and professionalism thrive.
Mission: We are a welcoming community of professionals dedicated to serving our members and strengthening the profession for future generations.
There's something for everyone in the legal profession at Nebraska Paralegal Association ("NePA"). Whether it's industry-leading information from our official In Brief Newsletter, continuing education seminars, the latest in careers across the state or just basic information about the paralegal profession, NePA has it. We've delivered the best and most relevant resources for paralegals in the state since 1976. Our membership comprises over 200 paralegals, educators, attorneys and representatives of companies providing services to the legal community.
We support members through social events, learning opportunities, scholarships and more. Whether you're a current NePA member looking for a renewal form or just visiting the site you'll find a lot of valuable resources about membership, from the benefits we offer to upcoming events and programs that might interest you.
We want to recognize our Diamond sponsors Capitol Services and Gavilon for their support! You can see all of our sponsors, as well as get information on how you can become a sponsor, on the Sponsors page.
District I Luncheon (Omaha) - Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault: Addressing Issues, Decreasing Victims
District II Luncheon (Lincoln) - Serving as a Prosecutor: A Female's Perspective
District I Luncheon (Omaha) - Establishing Financial Wellness for Yourself and Your Clients
District I (Omaha) Lunchen - Managing Law Firm Records in the Digital Age
Mid-Year Meeting and Spring Seminar
Annual Meeting, Recognition Breakfast and Fall Seminar Day 1
Fall Seminar Day 2
District II (Lincoln) Luncheon
November 13, 2019
Serving as a Prosecutor: A Female's Perspective - Nicole Hutter of Nebraska State Patrol
District I (Omaha) Luncheon
October 23, 2019
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault: Addressing Issues, Decreasing Victims - Sara Eliason, Women's Center for Advancement