|Judges of the Nebraska Court of Appeals, both past and present, on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Court.||
In 1990, the Nebraska Legislature proposed a constitutional amendment to create an intermediate Court of Appeals. In November 1990, the voters of the State of Nebraska approved the amendment, and the Court of Appeals was established on September 6, 1991.
Judges later added to the Court of Appeals roster include: Wesley C. Mues and Theodore L. Carlson, each of whom died during his term as judge; and William B. Cassel, Everett O. Inbody, Frankie J. Moore, and Michael W. Pirtle who currently serve on the Court of Appeals.
|Hon. Susan Bazis, Douglas County Court, 4th Judicial District||
Hon. Susan Bazis, Douglas County Court, 4th Judicial District, for her leadership in Nebraska’s recent comprehensive review of the statutes, court rules and procedures involved in guardianship and conservatorship proceedings across the state.