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NNebraska Trial Judges’ Associations Elect New Presidents 10/13/15  10/13/15 1:45:28 AM Printer Friendly VersionPrinter Friendly Version

Nebraska Trial Judges’
Associations Elect New Presidents

          Judge Doyle                                  Judge Paine                               Judge Johnson
Nebraska’s trial judges’ associations installed new presidents during their annual meetings in La Vista on October 8, 2015. Judge James E. Doyle IV, Lexington, is president of the Nebraska District Judges’ Association, and Judge Anne M. Paine, McCook, is president of the Nebraska County Judges’ Association. Judge Douglas F. Johnson, Omaha, has been re-elected to the position of president of the Nebraska Separate Juvenile Judges Association. Each president will serve until October 2016.   Judges’ associations allow courts to network, problem solve and share innovations across the state. Their goal is to educate one another on national, state and local issues, and to discuss ways to more efficiently function within the judicial branch of government. Judge association presidents work closely with the Chief Justice of the Nebraska Supreme Court and with the Office of the State Court Administrator. Association presidents have the power to appoint specialized committees and to operate with their elected executive committees.

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