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ATB Law’s Managing Partner Rubina Khaleel Appointed to Federal Court Committee


Adelson, Testan, Brundo, Novell & Jimenez (ATB) is pleased to announce that Rubina Khaleel, Managing Partner in ATB Law’s Nebraska office and also licensed to practice in Iowa and Missouri, has been selected by Nebraska’s federal district court bench to serve as a member of the Federal Practice Committee.

The Federal Practice Committee consists of ten Ex Officio members and not more than 12 at large members at any point in time. These individuals are asked to advise the Chief Judge on the use of the Court’s admission funds from practicing attorneys and, through leadership, to better the administration of the Nebraska Federal Courts. The Nebraska Federal Court takes efforts to ensure that its committees are independent and further tasks the Federal Practice Committee with:

-Providing leadership to the court system in developing continuing education programs and workshops for lawyers practicing before federal courts

-Channeling funds to other educational programs for lawyers admitted to practice before the Nebraska Federal Court

-Approving expenses taken from admission funds for the Historical Society of the United States Courts in the Eighth Circuit   and the District of Nevada Branch

About Ms. Khaleel

Ms. Khaleel holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Carroll College in Helena, Montana and a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Montana State University. She earned her Juris Doctor from University of Nebraska College of Law in 2001. Her unique background has enabled her to bring an exceptional and valuable perspective to the practice of workers’ compensation and insurance defense. Ms. Khaleel is also a member of the Sports Lawyers’ Association and recently became a participant in ATB Law's Sports Law Practice Group.

We at ATB Law congratulate Ms. Khaleel on her selection to the Federal Practice Committee, and is sure that her background and experience will benefit the Committee and allow her to continue making active contributions to the practice of law. 

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