About Dick Clark











Dick has provided legal counsel and representation for a variety of clients across the state of Nebraska, including individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government officials. His areas of particular interest include criminal defense, firearms law, business formation and development, trusts and estate planning, and public policy.

He is a life member of the National Rifle Association, and he is a lobbyist and former board member for the Nebraska Firearms Owners Association. Dick is a current member of the American Suppressor Association and a business member of the Lincoln Independent Business Association. He and his family are active members of Temple Baptist Church in Lincoln. 

Dick has previously served as a policy advisor to Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman, as Director of Research for the Platte Institute for Economic Research, and as GWR Research Director at the Institute for Economic Inquiry at Creighton University. He has offered testimony before the Appropriations, Business & Labor, Government, Health & Human Services, Judiciary, Revenue, and Urban Affairs committees of the Nebraska Legislature.

Education:

B.A., Auburn University (2004)
J.D., Suffolk University Law School (2010)

Bar Admissions:

Massachusetts (2010)
Nebraska (2011)
United States District Court, District of Nebraska (2016)

Seminar Faculty:

"Gun Law in Nebraska." National Business Institute. Omaha, Nebraska. Aug. 22, 2016.

Commentator for Prof. George Mocsary, "Guns, Bird Feathers, and Overcriminalization: Why Courts Should Enforce the 2nd Amendment." Federalist Society. University of Nebraska College of Law. Lincoln, Nebraska. Oct. 26, 2016.

"Gun Law in South Dakota." National Business Institute. Sioux Falls, South Dakota. June 16, 2017.