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Jon has been with Legal Aid of Nebraska since 2008, first as a law clerk, and since 2009 as an attorney.He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Philosophy from Creighton University in 2006, and his law degree from Creighton University in 2009.He went to law school to become a legal advocate for poor people, and has spent most of his career in Legal Services, primarily at Pine Tree Legal Assistance in Maine and Anishinabe Legal Services in Northern Minnesota.Even when in private practice he has always had close ties to Legal Services programs, serving as an attorney board member, handling pro bono referrals, co-counseling cases, and providing training.Kelsie is licensed to practice in all four tribal courts in Nebraska, as well as in Nebraska state courts, and Montana state and federal courts. Andrea received her Associates in Paralegal Studies from Metropolitan Community College in 2014.She joined Legal Aid of Nebraska’s Native American Program in September of 2014.Karmen received her Associates in Business Technology with a focus on Paralegal Studies from Central Community College in 2012.Karmen joined Legal Aid of Nebraska’s Native American Program in August 2013.
Jon’s focus areas include criminal law, landlord-tenant law, tribal court practice, and the Indian Child Welfare Act.
She was the Office Manager/Paralegal at a small law firm before joining Legal Aid of Nebraska.
She is a volunteer EMT and Secretary of the Genoa Chamber of Commerce.
Kelsie joined Legal Aid of Nebraska’s Native American Program in February 2012.
She believes lawyers have a responsibility to provide legal services to those who could not otherwise afford an attorney.