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Alan G. Gless

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Alan G. Gless
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Current Court Information:
Nebraska District 5
Title:   Former judge
Service:
Active:   1995-2013
Past position:   Judge, 5th County Court Judicial District
Past term:   1980-1995
Personal History
Undergraduate:   University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Law School:   University of Nebraska College of Law

Alan G. Gless was a judge for the District 5 Court in Nebraska. He was appointed to the position in 1995, and he retired on September 1, 2013.[1][2][3]

Education

Alan Gless received his undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and his J.D. from the University of Nebraska College of Law.[1]

Career

Gless began his career in the summer of 1973 as a special assistant to the Bellevue City Attorney. He then worked for the Nebraska Department of Education in 1974 and 1975 before graduating from law school and starting his legal career as a private practice lawyer in Osceola, Nebraska. He worked in this capacity until 1980. During this time, he also worked as a city attorney (1977-1980) and county attorney (1979-1980) in Osceola. He was appointed judge of the County Court (5th Judicial District) in 1980 and was later promoted to district court judge in 1995.[1]

Awards and associations

Awards

  • Nebraska State Bar Foundation Fellow

Associations

  • Nebraska State Bar Association
  • Nebraska State Bar Foundation
  • Judicial Education Committee
  • Child Support Guidelines Committee[1]

Elections

2010

Gless was retained to the District 5 Court with 66.56% of the vote in 2010.[4][5]

See also: Nebraska judicial elections, 2010

2012 judicial performance evaluation

Every two years, the Nebraska State Bar Association compiles responses from lawyers to evaluate judges in the state. Subjects are rated in seven categories, then a determination is made for whether the judge should be retained. The seven categories considered are: legal analysis; impartiality; attentiveness; opinions; judicial temperament and demeanor; appropriate communication; and timeliness.

79.4 percent of respondents stated that Judge Gless should be retained in office. To read the full evaluation, see: Nebraska State Bar Association, 2012 Evaluation Results.

See also

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References

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