William M. Connolly

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William M. Connolly (born March 31, 1938)[1] is a justice of the Nebraska Supreme Court, appointed by Governor Ben Nelson in 1994. He attended Creighton University for both his undergraduate studies and his law degree. He is also a graduate of Creighton Preparatory School, class of 1956. He worked as the County Attorney of Adams County from 1967 to 1972, and was a Nebraska State Court of Appeals judge from 1992 to 1994.

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  1. ^ Page 823, Nebraska Blue Book, Nebraska Legislative Council., 1998 - Nebraska