CON M. KEATING,
CON M. KEATING, Emeritus
Con Keating recently retired. He had been with the firm since graduating from law school in 1966. Based on his 50 plus year law career and recognition he earned in the legal community as a top litigator, Con Keating became one of the most sought after professional mediators for helping to resolve serious personal injury, automobile accident and product liability cases. His honors include being inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers — a professional organization which extends membership only to the top trial lawyers in the United States. Mr. Keating is a past adjunct professor for the University of Nebraska College of Law in Trial Advocacy, Settlement Negotiations, and Legal Ethics.
Mr. Keating’s extensive litigation background led him to concentrate exclusively on mediation and other alternate dispute resolutions. He was recognized by his peers as one of the top mediators working in Nebraska.
Education & Admissions
- Juris Doctor, University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1966
- Bacelor of Arts, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 1963
- Nebraska, 1966
- S. District Court District of Nebraska, 1966
Lincoln Bar Association, 1985 – 1986 – President
Nebraska State Bar Association – Member
American Bar Association – Member
Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys, 1986 – President
Association of Trial Lawyers of America – Member
International Society of Barristers – Member
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