Alissa Doerr of Creighton was sworn into the practice of law on September 29, 2016 by Chief Justice Michael Heavican of the Nebraska Supreme Court and Chief Judge Laurie Smith Camp of the U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska.
Doerr graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Law in May. She was raised on a cattle and corn farm near Creighton. She received her undergrad degree in agricultural economics, also from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She enjoys working on her family's farm, playing the piano, cheering on the Huskers, fishing, traveling, ice skating, and wakeboarding on Calamus Lake.
Doerr joins the firm of Krotter Law Group, where attorneys Jan Krotter Chvala, Jeff Galyen, Steve Brewster, and Ashley Boettcher have a combined 90+ years of legal experience. With offices in O’Neill, Norfolk, Atkinson, Stuart, and a soon-to-be opened branch in Burwell, the firm offers a broad range of legal services to rural Nebraska and South Dakota.
“My career goal has always been to retain my rural roots and return to a small community in
Nebraska to practice law. I am excited to serve rural Nebraskans and look forward to meeting everyone,” says Doerr.
Doerr, along with the other attorneys at Krotter Law Group, offer services in the areas of estate planning, probate administration, real estate transactions, entity formation, agricultural law, business succession planning, family law, civil litigation, and criminal defense.
“Alissa brings a wide array of skills and knowledge acquired from various work experiences and courses. She is a great addition to Krotter Law Group and the surrounding communities. We are excited to have her join our team,” comments Jan Krotter Chvala.