Speaker Date Topic
MORNING meeting, Speaker Jim Sullivan Feb 07, 2023
You didn’t hear it from me. Berlin 1970
You didn’t hear it from me.  Berlin 1970

Jim Sullivan is a native Nebraskan born in Lincoln. He is a 1963 graduate of Lincoln Pius X High School and later attended the University of Nebraska in Lincoln majoring in Political Science and History. His college was interrupted in 1967 by the Vietnam War and he chose to enlist in the Army rather than being drafted. He committed 4 years to join the Army Security Agency where he was assigned to the National Defense Language Institute in Monterey California to study German. After Monterey he was assigned to the Field Station Berlin where he served till August of 1971. He returned to the University and completed his degree and eventually was recruited by State Farm where he spent a 44 year career in agency in western Nebraska, South Dakota and relocating to Omaha in 1987. He retired June 30, 2020. He and his wife Joan have been married 55 years with 4 adult children and 10 grandchildren. His favorite place to visit is Scottsdale Arizona.

Camille Hawk Feb 14, 2023
Valentine Day Program
Matt McKeever Feb 21, 2023
Crypto Currency

Matt joined Burnett Wilson Law in January of 2020. Matt began his practice representing clients in New York City with his first jury trial in the Supreme Court of Queens County, New York in 1997. He continued his civil and commercial litigation practice in 1999 following his return to his home state of Nebraska. Matt received his B.A. from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln with honors in 1993 and his Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School in 1996.

An experienced litigator, Matt has over 24 years of trial experience in various civil and commercial cases including the areas of complex commercial litigation, creditor rights in bankruptcy, insolvent estates and probate litigation. Over his career, Matt has also represented clients in real estate litigation, commercial & residential landlord/tenant issues, trust litigation, personal injury and family law cases. Since 2013, he has been representing clients in the emerging areas of Bitcoin and blockchain technology, including the regulation of digital currencies, compliance issues, government relations and estate planning.

Matt enjoys spending time with his family. You’ll sometimes find him hunting, watching Husker football or following Yankees baseball. He values the importance of community involvement, and he has leadership roles in his church and the Omaha West Rotary Club. In the past he helped to mold the litigators of the future by coaching high school mock trial teams. He’s also always ready for a good game of cribbage.