Foundation supports a legacy of Civics Education
The Nebraska State Bar Foundation’s outreach and giving program directed exclusively at Civics Education is its Legacy of Liberty program, which was established in 2003.
The Bar Foundation annually hosts its Legacy of Liberty Breakfast at the Nebraska State Bar Association's Annual Meeting. This complimentary breakfast is an opportunity for the Bar Foundation to share the accomplishments of its Civics Education programs and Bench Media projects with Nebraska lawyers.
The annual breakfast takes place at the beginning of the Judge Lyle Strom High School Mock Trial Program regional competition. Students participating on a Mock Trial team often attend.
The presentations and program include updates and information celebrating the work of the Foundation.
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To recognize gifts at the Pillars of Justice Society Level, the Nebraska State Bar Foundation has established the Legacy of Liberty Gallery on the first floor of the Roman L. Hruska Law Center in Lincoln. A gift of $100,000 or more qualifies a donor to be recognized with an individual bronze plaque displayed in the gallery.
Pillars of Justice Funds
George and Melrae Svoboda Legal Education Fund
Charlie and Suzy Wright Standing Bear Scholarship Fund
Laurens and Irene Williams Infinity Fund
Dan and Lorene Jewell Trial Education Fund
The Nebraska State Bar Foundation is fortunate to be entrusted with these magnanimous gifts. The Foundation is committed to ensuring each donor's gift is dedicated to fulfilling the donor's expressed wishes.
If you would like information about the Legacy of Liberty and Pillars of Justice Societies Programs, please contact Executive Director Doris Huffman at doris [at] nebarfnd.org or call 402-475-1042.
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